Report Donna Cooper, Adam Hersh, and Ann O'Leary explain why U.S. economic competitiveness depends on the education of the next generation.
Charts An infographic by Donna Cooper, Adam Hersh, and Ann O'Leary compares U.S., Chinese, and Indian investments in the next generation workforce.
Report Jeremy Ayers and Isabel Owen, with the help of Glenda Partee and Theodora Chang, outline themes across state applications to waive certain parts of No Child Left Behind, and offer recommendations for states and the Department of Education for the future.
An infographic from Theodora Chang and Isabel Owen takes a look at waivers to the No Child Left Behind Act.
Interactive Map from Ulrich Boser and Lindsay Rosenthal examines survey data on how much students are being challenged in the classroom.
Report Ulrich Boser and Lindsay Rosenthal explain why we need to find new and better ways to provide students with the knowledge and skills that they need to succeed.
A recent CAP event gathered education leaders to discuss the benefits and difficulties of this form of education.
Report Donna Cooper and Kristina Costa examine the benefits of early childhood education programs and discuss ways to enhance and improve the existing federally supported early childhood education system.
Issue Brief Kristina Costa explores why conflicting government rules and expectations are hampering the efforts of an innovative early childhood program in Harlem.
Carl Chancellor questions the states’ rights motives of the American Legislative Exchange Council in opposing basic education standards for our kids.
Report Jennifer F. Samson and Brian A. Collins summarize key findings drawn from the literature on promising practices that all teachers can employ when working with English language learners.
Issue Brief Isabel Owen looks at state plans to increase learning time and how states aim to use the additional time well.