ERNed Media: 2016 Year in ReviewNovember 30, 2016
As we approach the end of 2016, here’s another look back at some of our year’s most popular content. Here is your top 12 reading list for December and the holiday break. Happy holidays to all and we’ll be back in 2017! ERNed Media 2016 Year in Review: Top 12 Reading List from Education Reform Now
Snobs, Serfs, and Spoils: How Collective Bargaining Could Reshape Higher EdOctober 11, 2016
By Madison Gray In a groundbreaking decision late this summer, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ruled graduate students teaching at private universities have the right to organize and join unions. Many in higher ed administration were quick to argue that this will drive up college costs. But instead, maybe the decision could herald in
Chin Up, Charter Supporters. “Education Reform is a Long Game.”September 15, 2016
By Madison Gray From lawsuits and legislative caps to smear campaigns, public charter schools have been under a fairly constant barrage of criticism since the movement began in 1991. However, Malcolm Gladwell — author, journalist, and long-time KIPP Charter School supporter – prudently reminds us that education reform is a long game.
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