Who's Beating the U.S. in Education?
The image you are trying to upload is either too big or is an unacceptable format. Please upload a .jpg or .png image that is under 25MB.
A half-century ago, the U.S. was the undisputed leader in education. Today, other countries are leap-frogging the U.S. on global measures of student skills and knowledge. Here’s a look at some of the data.
Read previous versions of the Annual Letter
Teachers are hungry for useful feedback. Far too few actually get it.
What I learned from Lyon Terry, my state’s Teacher of the Year.
The US is expected to face a shortage of 11 million skilled workers unless more students start getting college degrees.
Three ways teachers and students are using computers to improve their work.
Looking back at 2013, I wanted to share a different kind of list.
This is my personal blog, where I share about the people I meet, the books I'm reading, and what I'm learning. I hope that you'll join the conversation.
Have a question or feedback about the site or the topics I write about?