In this Washington Post blog, Linda Darling-Hammond discusses discrepancies between educational strategies in United States and those employed by the world's educational leaders.
Linda Darling-Hammond questions the merits of value-added assessments as a measure of teacher performance in the New York Times' Room for Debate.
In this blog, cross-posted from Change.org, Linda Darling-Hammond looks at the state of education in America on the 56th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education.
In this blog, cross-posted from the National Journal, Linda Darling-Hammond addresses the high school dropout crisis in the United States.
With the release of the latest NAEP scores, Linda Darling-Hammond talks about the real reasons behind America's achievement gap in this blog cross-posted from the National Journal.
In this article for Time Magazine, Darling-Hammond argues that the United States needs to invest in the kind of teacher development and support found in high-achieving countries.
In an op-ed for the Chronicle Review, Darling-Hammond explains the need for policies that support teacher preparation and support in the field of math and science instruction.
In a piece for the SF Chronicle, Darling-Hammond says that we need to focus on the quality of our standards and assessments rather than fighting over who administers them.