Talking the politics of charter schools.
On the implications of the loneliness of school closures.
On blaming charter schools for the deeper inequities plaguing public education.
On the inherent injustice of neighborhood schools.
On the costs of treating charter schools as part of a broader “school choice” movement.
On collaboration in New York City schools.
On a recent charter schools debate at a National Urban League summit.
On the politics of education reform in California.
On Washington, DC’s universal pre-K program.
On public education, school choice, and the efficacy of righteous outrage.