New research suggests that the most common principal certification exam doesn’t predict good principal performance and may hinder diversity in the profession.
Dr. Luvelle Brown of Ithaca City Schools in New York outlines three ways districts can improve school culture to stay relevant and competitive in the age of choice.
A new study suggests that strong engagement among students, parents and teachers can lead to better student performance.
Education professor and thought leader Scott McLeod says schools need to rethink how they motivate students during testing season.
From ice cream trucks to text messages, charters and private schools use marketing to attract students. And it’s working.
At a release of the Brookings Institute’s Education Choice and Competition Index, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos challenged public school advocates to embrace school choice—again.
To stem the tide of school and community violence in his city, Miami-Dade Superintendent Alberto Carvalho makes student and family engagement a priority.
Research suggests that school teacher retention is strongly tied to good principals. Here’s how schools can turn strong school leadership into happier teachers.
The days of public school districts being the only option for parents to educate their children are long gone—and there is no turning back.
Veteran educator and Choose 2 Matter founder Angela Maiers shares three ways schools should re-focus their thinking to make customer experience a priority.