EdSector Publications (Archive)
10 Jul 2012 | by Sarah Rosenberg, Elena Silva
In 2011, Education Sector and the Farkas Duffett Research Group conducted a nationally representative survey of 1,101 teachers. This report shows what teachers think about the changes affecting their profession.
28 Jun 2012 | by Anne Hyslop
What are the challenges of implementing several education reforms all at once? In this collection of essays, experts discuss potential collisions for reforms such as Common Core standards, new assessments, new accountability systems, new teacher evaluations, new data systems, and for some states, Race to the Top. They provide a framework for policymakers to think about the choices ahead, as well as strategies and solutions to unexpected conflicts.
19 Jun 2012 | by Anne Hyslop, Bill Tucker
Anne Hyslop and Bill Tucker look at why California's accountability system isn't working and what alternatives could help.
3 Jun 2012 | by Mandy Zatynski
Mandy Zatynski discusses the need for a community college in her hometown of Erie in Erie Times-News.
31 May 2012 | by Richard Lee Colvin
Richard Lee Colvin takes an in-depth look at how well California's Academic Performance Index (API) is working.