If you’ve been following this blog, you may have noticed that I haven’t written very much here lately. I’m sorry about that. Between a hectic travel schedule and a fall bug that’s been going around, I’ve been a little swamped lately and haven’t had much time to write. I promise to correct that and be back to regular posting starting in early November.
In the meantime, please check out the following:
- Can Moneyball for government solve pressing education and early childhood challenges?
- D.C. Charter schools now serve 44% of D.C. students, with a particularly large increase in the number of preschoolers attending D.C. charter schools.
- Solid review of evidence on preschool programs from Greg Duncan and Kathleen Magnuson.(h/t: Reihan Salam)
- Is pre-k the next centrist campaign issue?
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