Discussed my recent Atlantic article on gentrifying dual immersion programs with the Fordham Institute’s Education Gadfly podcast. Advertisements
Thoughts on the 15th anniversary of No Child Left Behind’s passage.
On the refugee experience in 2017 America.
On how children of immigrants view Donald Trump, his supporters, and the future of the United States.
On how states are getting around the country’s new education law
On California’s complicated school “dashboard”…and the state’s efforts to redefine quality so fewer schools appear to be struggling.
On how the country’s latest K–12 education law is (as I predicted!) failing to protect underserved kids.
DC’s public schools have tried basically every education policy idea we’ve got, but they still have so far to go. What’s next?
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.
Examples of how (a few) states are using newfound education policy flexibility to improve how they serve English learners.