On district and charter schools working together.
On avoiding the false choice between addressing poverty and addressing educational inequities.
On collaboration in New York City schools.
On public education, school choice, and the efficacy of righteous outrage.
New column at Talking Points Memo: “D.C. Shows How It Takes Losing An Election To Win On Education Reform” New column at the Daily Beast: “The Real Reasons New York Has the Country’s Most Segregated Schools“