On schools adapting to serve English learners during the pandemic.
On a new study of how wealthy, white parents talk about schools when they’re anonymous and unaccountable.
On a dual-generation program in Washington, DC serving immigrant families during the pandemic.
On the Trump administration’s threat to withhold federal education funding from schools that do not reopen for in-person instruction this fall.
Talking neighborhood schools and segregation with Tim DeRoche.
On the implications of the loneliness of school closures.
My son explains how it feels to be stuck home during school closures.
On the inherent injustice of neighborhood schools.
On how bilingual education is at risk of becoming a tool for primarily serving the privileged.
On how the public hasn’t yet decided how to measure the effectiveness of early education programs.