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New 74 Million Column

Privileged parents will game any flexibility built into school enrollment systems, DC Edition

New 74 Million Column: Betsy DeVos and Sins of Omission

Critics of the Secretary of Education should worry more about what she won’t do.

New 74 Million Column: Shakespeare and Education Reform

The Bard’s take on our newly toxic politics of education

New post at EdCentral

On Betsy DeVos, guns, and serious thinking about how to reduce violence in schools.

New 74 Million Column on Donald Trump and Democracy

The surest sign that Trump’s campaign did real damage to U.S. democratic norms.

New Univision article

On what the 2016 presidential election means for U.S. education policy.

New US News and World Report Column on Immigration and Education

On how immigration and education debates intersect—and the key way we’re getting them both wrong.

New Pieces at the Atlantic, Talking Points Memo, and the Washington Monthly

Here’s a link to my new piece at the Atlantic (co-authored with Laura Bornfreund): Early Childhood Education: Lots of Talk, but Not Much Action (Yet) Here’s a link to my new piece at Talking Points Memo: How De Blasio Could Strongarm Gov. Cuomo Into Backing Universal Pre-K Here are links to my recent pieces at … Continue reading

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