Interviewing Helen Thorpe, author of The Newcomers Advertisements
Discussed my recent Atlantic article on gentrifying dual immersion programs with the Fordham Institute’s Education Gadfly podcast.
Discussing my recent Atlantic article on dual immersion programs and integration.
Thoughts on the 15th anniversary of No Child Left Behind’s passage.
On how the country’s latest K–12 education law is (as I predicted!) failing to protect underserved kids.
“The Joy in My Day: A Love Note to My Kids’ School”
Donald Trump, Betsy DeVos, and the Republican Party may support charter schools, but that doesn’t mean that charter school educators are willing and/or able to overlook the full range of their education proposals. If we lower high school graduation standards, we shouldn’t cheer ensuing increases in graduation rates.
Using Hillary Clinton’s favorite books as a key for understanding her thinking on education.
Talking New Orleans and education reform on camera Answering questions on the intersection between early education and bilingual education
My first column at The 74 Million explains why education reformers have only themselves to blame for some of the criticism they face.