Few areas of American life have experienced more conflict of late than K–12 education. Frustration with district schools’ preference for remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic has played a role, Read more…
Successful school systems in democracies worldwide point to three essential levers to improve students’ life outcomes.
Johns Hopkins’s Ashley Berner and the Manhattan Institute’s Andy Smarick discuss options and tradeoffs in restructuring American public education.
Ashley Berner makes the case for a pluralist structure that embraces district, charter, and private schools, while insisting on quality.
Johns Hopkins’s Ashley Berner discusses the benefits and tradeoffs of a pluralistic approach to education in America.