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Pre-to-3: What can countries with high-performing early-childhood systems teach the US?

This latest Pre-to-3 column focuses on some of the key findings from an international study on leading early-childhood education systems. Past installments of Pre-to-3 can be found here ... new ... read more

What We're Getting Right With PISA

and what we can learn from performance variation and the policies and practices that different countries pursue. High-performing school systems in Canada, Estonia, or Japan, or rapid improvers like ... read more

Lessons from the Smartest Kids in the World

In most of the top-performing countries in the world, kids fail in some way almost every day in school. You can't really learn at a high level without making mistakes. So we should think about ... read more

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Pre-to-3: A one-stop shop for our ongoing column on early learning

Pre-to-3: What can countries with high-performing early-childhood systems teach the US? In a new book, a leading researcher details lessons learned from an examination of policies and programs for ... read more


Education’s hollow promise of social mobility in Europe

As 2016 draws to a close, few questions are asked with greater urgency in Europe than this: How can countries ... Many high-performing and equitable education systems promote a fair early start, with ... read more

Why Finland's schools are top-notch

(CNN)-- Millions of American ... First, Finland has built a school system that has over time strengthened educational equity. This means early childhood education for all children, funding all schools ... read more

Are International Comparisons Useful?

The usefulness of learning from other countries, however, is by no means self-evident. Educational policies and practices are closely tied to national cultures, which can differ ... of good teaching. ... read more

Listening and Learning at the International Summit on the Teaching Profession

and I joined delegations from high-performing and rapidly improving education systems across the globe for the 4 th International Summit on the Teaching Profession. Whether large or small, highly ... read more

No Child Left Behind has been unsuccessful, says bipartisan report

It’s been almost 15 years since the US Congress passed the much-derided No Child Left Behind (NCLB ... to building a coherent system with an appropriate timeline for implementation, as did the other ... read more

Child Care Laggard

Of the countries ... child care in the current landscape. There's a silver lining, however: Because the U.S. trails other nations in expanding access to quality early childhood care and education, we ... read more

Here's What the U.S. Can Learn About Teaching Quality From Top Countries

How High-Performing Systems Shape Teaching Quality Around the World, is a three-year study into how seven high-performing jurisdictions recruit, develop, and support high-quality teachers. These ... read more

Why Education Research Has So Little Impact on Practice: The System Effect

When those of us who do international comparative research on national and state education systems visit the top-performing countries, their policymakers ... we will find practices that actually will ... read more



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