The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security at the Bloomberg School of Public Health released a new report calling on kindergarten through 12th grade (K-12) school administrators to urgently invest in ways to provide healthy air in schools to increase
Dr. Angela Watson, Senior Fellow of the Johns Hopkins Institute for Education Policy, discusses the role of parents and tells us about a great resource for them.
How can teachers and school leaders nurture students’ civic capacities? We can help them learn to engage with controversial issues, examine multiple perspectives on a given subject, and form thoughtful judgments over time. International research suggests that normalizing classroom debate
How can schools help young people become active, knowledgeable citizens? The nation’s schools are back in session – just in time for the most contentious election cycle in recent memory. Now more than ever, we need to equip young people
|A rigorous and engaging curriculum makes all the difference in a child’s learning. Dr. David Steiner, Executive Director of the Johns Hopkins University Institute for Education Policy, former NY State Commissioner of Education, and Director of Education at The National Endowment for the Arts, discusses why we need to make that happen and what we need to do.|
|Dr. Ashley Rogers Berner is Deputy Director of The Johns Hopkins Institute for Education Policy and Associate Professor at JHU’s School of Education, is author of “Pluralism and American Public Education.” Listen to part 1 of her interview with Larry Jacobs.|
|Dr. Ashley Rogers Berner, Deputy Director of The Johns Hopkins Institute for Education Policy and Associate Professor at JHU’s School of Education, is author of “Pluralism and American Public Education.” Listen to this interview to learn about the Institute’s eye-opening report on school culture.|