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A Distinguished Senior Fellow at the Thomas B. Fordham Institute and a Senior Fellow at Stanford’s Hoover Institution, Chester E. Finn, Jr., joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Finn's new book, Assessing the Nation’s Report Card: Challenges and Choices for NAEP.Finn's latest piece for Education Next, “It Felt Like Guerrilla Warfare” — Student achieve…
 
The Walter H. Gale Professor of Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and faculty director of the Center for Education Policy Research, Thomas Kane, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Kane's latest study, which looks into how remote and hybrid instruction impacted students' learning in the 2020-21 academic year."The Consequences of R…
 
The Executive Director of the Pioneer Institute, Jim Stergios, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss the current state of Boston Public Schools, and whether control of the district should be taken over by the state."Time for Receivership in Boston," a report by Stergios, is available now.https://pioneerinstitute.org/opeds/education-oped/time-for-receiv…
 
A professor of economics at Duke University, Peter Arcidiacono, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Arcidiacono new study, which examines how racial preferences for under-represented minorities affected admissions to Harvard University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.The report, "What the Students for Fair Admissions Cases Reveal …
 
The Executive Director at North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, Michael Maher, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss the state's preliminary report on student learning loss in North Carolina during the pandemic."Report to the North Carolina General Assembly: An Impact Analysis of Student Learning During the COVID-19 Pandemic," is available n…
 
The National Director of the National Center for Research on Education Access and Choice (REACH), Douglas N. Harris, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Harris' new study, which analyzes data from 1995 to 2016 for the nation's publicly funded school systems, and finds that charter schools increased average graduation rates, as well as math and readin…
 
The Chief Executive Officer for ExcelinEd, Patricia Levesque, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss the Biden Administration’s recent policies that could limit the ability to open new charter schools.Levesque's op-ed, "A Case of Charter School Sabotage," is available now at The Wall Street Journal.https://www.wsj.com/articles/charter-school-sabotage-bi…
 
An Associate Professor of Education at Ursinus College, John P. Spencer, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Spencer's new book, which traces the life and work of educator Marcus Foster, who became the first black superintendent of a large school district in the United States in 1970."In the Crossfire: Marcus Foster and the Troubled History of Americ…
 
A Professor of Military Theory and Strategy at the US Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania, Kevin Weddle, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Weddle's new book, The Compleat Victory: Saratoga and the American Revolution, and how the battle of Saratoga parallels Russia's ongoing invasion of Ukraine.…
 
A professor in the College of Business at Western Carolina University, Angela Dills, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss a report co-written by Dills, which works to dispel common myths about charter schools and their funding, spending and management.The report, “Charter School Funding: Dispelling Myths about EMOs, Expenditure Patterns, & Nonpublic D…
 
A Senior Fellow with the Pioneer Institute, Cara Candal, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss the state of Boston Public Schools, including the resignation of Superintendent Brenda Cassellius and more than a decade of declining test scores.โดย Paul E. Peterson
 
The chief academic officer of elementary humanities at Amplify, Susan Lambert, and a research director at Amplify, Paul Gazzerro, join Paul E. Peterson to discuss Amplify's research brief, which looks at students in grades K-2, and how they are at greater risk for not learning to read due to the pandemic school shutdowns.…
 
A longtime reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Maureen Downey, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss the efforts of Atlanta neighborhood Buckhead to break away and form its own city, how it failed and what it could have meant for Atlanta Public Schools and its students.โดย Paul E. Peterson
 
Joanne Jacobs, an education reporter and former San Jose Mercury News editorial writer and columnist, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss the recent recall of three members of the San Francisco Unified School Board.Jacobs wrote about the effort to recall the board members for Education Next, in "Behind a School Board Recall in San Francisco, a Divers…
 
An assistant professor at Tulane University, Ilana Horwitz, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Horwitz's new book, God, Grades, and Graduation: Religion's Surprising Impact on Academic Success.โดย Paul E. Peterson
 
The founder of Common Good and author of "Try Common Sense: Replacing the Failed Ideologies of Right and Left," Philip K. Howard, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Howard's latest report, "Accountability on Trial," which contends that accountability is being undercut by public union contracts.โดย Paul E. Peterson
 
The Director of Education Policy at the Goldwater Institute, Matt Beienburg, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss how Arizona's allocations of money to education savings accounts could result in a pullback of federal coronavirus relief funds in the state.โดย Paul E. Peterson
 
A resident fellow at the Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization, Mary Grabar, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Grabar's new book, "Debunking The 1619 Project: Exposing the Plan to Divide America."โดย Paul E. Peterson
 
A professor of political science at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, Joshua Dunn, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss the oral arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court in the Carson v. Makin case, and what could be in store for religious education and state Blaine amendments.Read Dunn's blog post, "Supreme Court Oral Argument in Carson v. …
 
An an economics professor at Brown University, Emily Oster, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Oster's latest research, which finds that pass rates on standardized tests declined in district schools during the Covid-19 pandemic, and that those rates were lower in schools with less in-person instruction.Oster's paper, "Pandemic Schooling Mode and Stu…
 
The Will Skillman Fellow in Education at The Heritage Foundation, Jonathan Butcher, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss the growing controversy over critical race theory and its place in the classroom.Butcher's report, "Critical Race Theory, the New Intolerance, and Its Grip on America," co-written with Mike Gonzalez, is available now.https://www.her…
 
The Superintendent of the Dallas Independent School District, Michael Hinojosa, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss how Dallas handles school safety, the recent lifting of the mask mandate in schools, and how the district has rewarded their best-performing teachers while limiting turnover.โดย Paul E. Peterson
 
A senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, Naomi Schaefer Riley, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Schaefer Riley's new book, "No Way to Treat a Child: How the Foster Care System, Family Courts, and Racial Activists Are Wrecking Young Lives."โดย Paul E. Peterson
 
The director of education policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute, Rick Hess, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss the critical race theory debate, and how the media has covered the subject."Misleading Media Coverage Has Made Critical Race Theory Debate Angrier and Less Honest," a report by Hess, is available now.https://www.aei.org/resear…
 
The president and CEO of the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, Nina Rees, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss a recent report by the National Alliance which shows an increase in enrollment in charter schools across the country in the 2020-21 academic year.The report, "Voting with Their Feet: A State-level Analysis of Public Charter School…
 
The president of the Thomas B. Fordham Institute, Mike Petrilli, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss the results of the 2021 Virginia Governor race, and what the election of Glenn Youngkin could signal for school choice moving forward.โดย Paul E. Peterson
 
A junior economist and doctoral student at the Ifo Center for the Economics of Education, Benjamin Arold, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Arold's research, which looks at the impact of the Common Core on subjects outside of math and reading.The paper, "The Unintended Effects of the Common Core State Standards on Non-Targeted Subjects," by Arold a…
 
Investor and Chairman of the Board for the American Federation for Children, Bill Oberndorf, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss how progress in the school choice movement has been made in the states, with private school choice programs in 32 states, and charter programs in 48.Oberndorf was recently awarded the 2021 Simon-DeVos Prize for Philanthropi…
 
A senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, columnist for the Wall Street Journal, and author of Maverick: A Biography of Thomas Sowell, Jason Riley, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss some of Riley's reservations with adoption of critical race theory into school curriculum.โดย Paul E. Peterson
 
The Superintendent of Detroit Public Schools Community District, Dr. Nikolai Vitti, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss how he has helped Detroit schools rebound from financial strains to its current renaissance.โดย Paul E. Peterson
 
The Managing Attorney at the Liberty Justice Center, Daniel Suhr, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss the Bishop of Charleston v. Adams case, which challenges South Carolina state officials from using the Blaine Amendment to block Covid-19 funds from going to non-public schools and historically black colleges and universities.…
 
The Paul and Jean Hanna Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution of Stanford University, Eric Hanushek, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Hanushek being awarded the $3.9 million Yidan Prize, which honors individuals or teams that have significantly contributed to the theory and practice of education.โดย Paul E. Peterson
 
The superintendent of Miami-Dade County Public Schools, Alberto Carvalho, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss how the district has supported school choice, which includes spreading choice options to communities and creating new programs that meet the needs of students and demands of parents.โดย Paul E. Peterson
 
A senior attorney at the Institute for Justice, Michael Bindas, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss the Carson v. Makin, which challenges Maine's exclusion of religions options from the state's tuition assistance program for residents outside of public school districts who send their children to private schools.…
 
A professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Dr. Marty Makary, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss the arguments against mandating mask use by children in schools.Dr. Makary is co-author of a recent op-ed in the Wall Street Journal, "The Case Against Masks for Children."https://www.wsj.com/articles/masks-children-parenting-schools-mandates-co…
 
An Assistant Professor at George Mason University, David Houston, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss the 2021 Education Next Poll, on which both Houston and Peterson are co-authors.โดย Paul E. Peterson
 
An education researcher and former senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, Tom Loveless, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss a new book by Loveless, "Between the State and the Schoolhouse: Understanding the Failure of the Common Core."https://www.hepg.org/hep-home/books/between-the-state-and-the-schoolhouse…
 
The Paul and Jean Hanna Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution of Stanford University, Eric Hanushek, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss two new reports by Hanushek, which focus on incentives for schools to improve learning after the Covid-19 pandemic.The reports, "Budgeting During And For Recovery" and "Does The World Change For Teachers?," are av…
 
The president of the National Council on Teacher Quality, Kate Walsh, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss a new study by the NCTQ, which looks at how licensure tests can help improve teacher quality, and whether teachers should be required to take such tests at all.The report, "Driven by Data: Using licensure tests to build a strong, diverse teacher …
 
A Senior Knowledge Expert at McKinsey & Company, Emma Dorn, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Dorn's new report, which investigates the effects of learning loss from Covid-19 school shutdowns.Dorn's report, "COVID-19 and education: The lingering effects of unfinished learning," co-written with Bryan Hancock and Jimmy Sarakatsannis, is available now…
 
A Professor of Education at Stanford University, William Damon, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Damon's new book, "A Round of Golf with My Father: The New Psychology of Exploring Your Past to Make Peace with Your Present."โดย Paul E. Peterson
 
The 44th Justice of the Arizona Supreme Court, Clint Bolick, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Justice Bolick’s book new book, "Unshackled: Freeing America’s K–12 Education System," co-written with Kate J. Hardiman.โดย Paul E. Peterson
 
The Commissioner the Arkansas Division of Elementary and Secondary Education, Johnny Key, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss how Arkansas has adjusted amid the ongoing challenges of Covid-19, and how the school choice landscape has shifted over the past year.โดย Paul E. Peterson
 
The Chief Executive Officer for ExcelinEd, Patricia Levesque, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss recent legislative changes to school choice in Florida, as well as advances in options around the country.โดย Paul E. Peterson
 
The Director of the ifo Center for the Economics of Education, Ludger Woessmann, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Woessmann's new research, which investigates the long-term economic effects of student learning loss during the Covid-19 pandemic.Woessmann's paper, "The Economic Impacts of Learning Losses," co-written with Eric A. Hanushek, is availa…
 
An assistant professor at the University of Oklahoma, Daniel Hamlin, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss the Conference on the Post-Pandemic Future of Homeschooling, which was recently hosted over seven weeks by the Program on Education Policy and Governance at the Harvard Kennedy School.Video and presentations from the conference can be found here: …
 
A Professor of Education and Social Policy and of Economics at the Institute for Policy Research at Northwestern University, David Figlio, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Figlio's latest research, which explores how Florida's private school choice program affected students in public schools.โดย Paul E. Peterson
 
The State Representative for House District 91 in Indiana, Robert Behning, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Indiana's expanded scholarship program, and current trends in school choice across the country.โดย Paul E. Peterson
 
A Distinguished Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institute, Macke Raymond, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Raymond's research on the structural imperfections of high schools, how the Covid-19 pandemic laid bare these problems, and how the high school experience can be improved.Raymond's research is available as part of the Hoover Education Success Ini…
 
A Senior Fellow at the Independent Institute and former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Education, Williamson M. Evers, Ph.D., joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss a proposed mathematics curriculum framework in California which, if passed, could stunt student progress in math and halt gifted-and-talented programs…
 
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