A Q&A with Justin Cohen on rethinking school improvement—putting teachers at the forefront.
On new research studying open enrollment policies (and corresponding school lotteries) in Washington, DC.
On the implications of the loneliness of school closures.
On the challenge of gathering annual academic achievement data in the wake of a global pandemic.
On the inherent injustice of neighborhood schools.
On the costs of treating charter schools as part of a broader “school choice” movement.
On a recent charter schools debate at a National Urban League summit.
On how privileged families’ anxieties shape how they view US schools.
On efforts to welcome immigrants and refugees in Georgia.
On the challenges of convincing white families to participate in school desegregation efforts.