New column at the 74 Million on how today’s kindergartners look nothing like Trump’s voter base.
On what the 2016 presidential election means for U.S. education policy.
On California’s upcoming ballot initiative to expand bilingual education options.
On how immigration and education debates intersect—and the key way we’re getting them both wrong.
New papers out on how schools in San Antonio (TX), Washington (DC), and Portland’s (OR) David Douglas School District are improving how they serve dual language learners. Companion column at The 74 Million on how No Child Left Behind showed up in our research. Companion column at the Education Post on how it’s time to start scaling good … Continue reading
Talking New Orleans and education reform on camera Answering questions on the intersection between early education and bilingual education
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New TPM column on better solutions to child poverty. New policy brief on key priorities for improving how American schools serve dual language learners.
1) I was quoted in a Washington Post story on new federal guidance for English language learners. 2) New TPM column on pre-K as a cure for progressives’ malaise. 3) We launched the Dual Language Learners National Work Group at New America this week. Here’s one of our first posts.
New paper on Minnesota’s reforms to their policies for serving dual language learners. New paper on how states’ reclassification policies create chaos for dual language learners. A new column at the Weekly Wonk about why reclassification policy matters. A new column at Talking Points Memo on education reform and trust.