Tag: COVID-19 and education

Some pods will outlast the pandemic

Editor’s note: This commentary from Michael B. Horn, co-founder of and distinguished fellow at the Clayton Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation, appears in the Fall 2021 issue of Education Next.  In a Historic House museum in Newton, Mass., nine children seated at three tables configured in a U-shape are each[Read More…]

Those were the days

Editor’s note: You can read a reimaginED interview with Debbie Veney, senior vice president of communications for the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, here. Absent some delightful surge in fertility and/or immigration, it seems very likely that peak enrollment for America’s school districts lies in the past. Years from[Read More…]