On a new study of how wealthy, white parents talk about schools when they’re anonymous and unaccountable.
On new research studying open enrollment policies (and corresponding school lotteries) in Washington, DC.
Profiling Washington, DC’s universal pre-K program.
On Washington, DC’s universal pre-K program.
On how to ensure that English learners have equitable access to Washington, DC’s bilingual charter schools.
On ways that Washington, DC can promote equitable access to multilingual schools for English learning students.
Thoughts on the DC Public Schools enrollment scandal that brought down chancellor Antwan Wilson
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?
New column at Washington City Paper: “Why Do Other Parents Care Where I Send My Kid to School?“
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“