Reason Foundation: Will Regulation Ruin School Choice in the Big Easy?

December 11, 2014

(Guest Post by Matthew Ladner)

Well worth watching…similar tensions exist in all choice programs to some degree.

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Reason Foundation on de Blasio’s War on Charter Kids

March 11, 2014

(Guest Post by Matthew Ladner)

Will Marshall of the Progressive Policy Institute also provides an interesting analysis in Cuomo Schools de Blasio.  The NYC chancellor has begun to make noises about finding alternative space for Success Academy, so let’s see what happens next.

UPDATE: NYT on de Blasio’s plan to charge rent to charter schools, WaPo editorial board weighs in, de Blasio goes on Morning Joe.


“Can You Get this tape to him and ask him ‘WHY?!?'”

May 4, 2009

(Guest Post by Matthew Ladner)

Reason TV on DC vouchers. BOOOOOM!


Does your economy have performance issues?

February 6, 2009

(Guest Post by Matthew Ladner)

Nicely done by the Reason Foundation…


Blog Rankings

July 14, 2008

This blog is not yet three months old but I am pleased to report that it is off to a good start.  According to Technorati’s rankings, JayPGreene.com is attracting more readers than the American Federation of Teachers’ blog, Edwize, more than Diane Ravitch and Deborah Meier’s, Bridging Differences hosted by Education Week, more than the Reason Foundation’s Out of Control, and the Center for Education Reform’s Edspresso.  It significantly trails the educouple of Eduwonk and Eduwonkette as well as Cato at Liberty (although that’s not primarily an education blog).  Flypaper, which started about the same time as this blog, is also off to a good start.  The Queen of education blogs seems to be Joanne Jacobs.

Here are the Technorati rankings (as of this morning) of education sites that seem to share some of the same audience as this blog.  By no means is this a comprehensive list of education blogs.  And I have no idea how reliable or meaningful Technorati’s rankings really are.  I’d continue blogging no matter what the rankings were because it’s fun.  I imagine the same is true of most others.

  1. Cato at Liberty               3,662
  2. Joanne Jacobs                3,709
  3. Eduwonkette                27,419
  4. Eduwonk                      30,876
  5. Flypaper                       95,943
  6. Jay P. Greene               104,227
  7. Bridging Differences   107,924
  8. D-Ed Reckoning         107,924
  9. AFT’s Edwize              116,227
  10. Edspresso                  123,039
  11. Out of Control            123,039
  12. Core Knowledge         127,851
  13. Sherman Dorn            151,703
  14. EdBizBuzz                   184,730