Regulating Teacher Credentialing to Benefit English Learners
Scholars argue that the decentralization of teacher credentialing negatively affects English learners.
Has the “Every Student Succeeds Act” Left Children Behind?
Scholars reflect on whether ESSA’s regulatory structure promotes or inhibits educational equity.
Regulatory Responses to Teacher Shortages
Experts examine and propose policy changes to address U.S. teacher attrition.
Ending the Virtual School-to-Prison Pipeline
Civil rights attorney examines legal issues presented by virtual school disciplinary policies.
Regulating Charter School Quality
Scholars analyze variations in the regulation of charter school quality across states.
States Regain Regulatory Power Over Predatory Loan Servicers
The Education Department’s new interpretation of federal law empowers states to protect student loan borrowers.
Protecting Student Data Privacy in the Digital Age
Experts recommend policies to enhance student data privacy in education technology platforms.
Ending the Long Wait for Federal Guidance on Reopening Schools
The Education Department’s COVID-19 guidance may signal a return to information sharing.
Redefining Student Debt
Experts urge government to treat student loans as grants and collect payments in taxes.
Executive Authority to Forgive Student Loans Is Not So Simple
The Secretary of Education’s legal authority to grant across-the-board loan forgiveness is unclear.
Whose American History?
President Trump signs an executive order to encourage a focus on liberty in public school history curricula.
Learning in the Age of Social Distancing
An Education Department proposal paves the way for a new normal in online instruction.