Linda Darling-Hammond argues that after 10 years of missed opportunity under NCLB, we must learn from our experience to accelerate academic progress and improve the quality of learning in American schools.
California faces more cuts in education funding but, as Linda Darling-Hammond writes in this San Francisco Chronicle op-ed, Californians are willing to pay higher taxes to support education.
In this blog for the Canadian Education Association, Linda Darling-Hammond explores why the gap between the U.S. and high-achieving nations like Canada is growing.
As part of SCOPE's Brown Bag Seminar Series, Dean Claude Steele talked about stereotype threat and its effect on academic achievement to an overflow crowd at Stanford.
In this piece, cross-posted from U.S. News & World Report's Debate Club, Darling-Hammond responds to the claim that American teachers are overpaid.
In a seminar that launched the 2011-12 Brown Bag series, Professor Camille Charles argued that racial identity in Black students is far more multidimensional and varied than earlier studies have indicated.
Linda Darling-Hammond addresses the challenges of assessing teachers by testing students as part of a New York Times discussion forum.
In this NBC News "Education Nation" guest blog, Linda Darling-Hammond discusses the downsides of measuring teachers’ effectiveness by student test score gains.