In her lecture, Diane Ravitch argues against privatization and for public education, and puts forth a plan for what can be done to preserve and improve public education.
In this webinar, Linda Darling-Hammond and Molly Zielenzinski speak about use of technology to explore and create, and the right blend of teachers and technology.
Education experts discuss the strengths of U.S. education, how policy makers are failing to address educational failure, and how to effectively address the challenges.
What does a high-quality assessment system look like? SCOPE's Linda Darling-Hammond serves as a panelist in a discussion on new criteria.
Dorothy Steele and Becki Cohn-Vargas discuss the negative effects of trying to be "colorblind," and how a multicultural education should be taught in schools.
Dorothy Steele and Becki Cohn-Vargas explain how teachers can use an array of strategies to create "identity safe" classrooms.
SCOPE's Ann Lieberman explains that it's not a coincidence that other countries known for their great test scores also have a supportive attitude toward teachers.
SCOPE senior scholar Ann Lieberman discusses her role in a Canadian project to improve professional development and leadership among teachers.
Psychology professor Carol Dweck argues that a "growth mindset" can help narrow the opportunity gap in an interview following her Brown Bag Seminar.