On avoiding the false choice between addressing poverty and addressing educational inequities.
On how English learners have been left out of the last decade of educational equity conversations.
On how tests aren’t a major problem in public education…but test prep might be.
On how journalists are (mostly) missing an opportunity to tell better stories about the intersections between immigration and education
Interviewing congressional candidate Yolie Flores on her educational background.
On how DeVos’ bad approach to school choice is a threat to better, more progressive ones.
Education reformers who work with Trump do so at their own peril.
On how changing economic conditions are shaping Millennials’ lives, professional options, and views on education.
Dual Immersion Programs Support Equity, Excellence, and Integration.
In The 74 Million: On balance, party survival is no great thing, particularly when there’s something much greater at stake. It is far more important that we practice a politics worthy of our ancestors and build a country that is a suitable heritage for (all of) our children. In our final political accounting, they are … Continue reading