2019 National Forum on Education Policy Tag Archive

The Other Branch: Exploring Gary B. v. Snyder

Literacy is fundamental to a host of things; without the ability to read and write, it’s arguably difficult to do much else. But is...

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The Other Branch: Exploring Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard

After four decades of litigation, affirmative action admissions policies at colleges and universities show no sign of stopping. In the...

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Using Clinical Assessments to Maximize Student Outcomes and Educational ROI

I served as a state senator in the Utah Legislature from 2012 to 2016. Utah is a local control state and very sensitive to government...

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The Other Branch: Exploring Trinity Lutheran v. Comer

What is the proper relationship between church and state? How does this relationship apply to and impact public goods, such as education?...

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The Other Branch: Exploring Cook v. Raimondo

A new court case out of Rhode Island is challenging the way we think about the purpose of public education in America. Or is it simply...

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College-Bound Students’ Views on Paying for College

As a means to paying for college, financial aid is a confusing but critically necessary process for many students. Without it (and often,...

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How Statewide School Improvement Strategies Can Benefit From Local School Board Involvement

Local school boards are in a powerful position to contribute to school improvement, but much of that potency can go unrealized. This is...

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Focused Steps to Support School Improvement

Navigating the state’s role in school improvement is a challenging conversation, which I wrestled with first-hand as the education...

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Knowledge and Strategies to Address the Top Education Policy Issues in Your State

We’re less than two months away from the National Forum on Education Policy — (have you registered?) — and I want to share a little...

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