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  • The Teacher Diversity Data Landscape

    A discussion of our new report, a summary of whether states collect and make public teacher diversity data, based on our survey of all 51 state education agencies.
  • Teaching – And Defending – American Democracy

    Leo Casey argues that, in our current times, it is especially important to teach young people that the moral arc of history does not bend on its own, but only by the active intervention of ordinary people.
  • Why Teacher Evaluation Reform Is Not A Failure

    Recent research suggests that teacher evaluation reform had no discernible impact on student outcomes. But it is too early, and would be shortsighted, to proclaim it a failure.