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September 6, 2021
Is it OK that black eighth graders aren’t proficient in math and reading? Read more »
July 2, 2021
This weekend, we salute this nation, and those who have pledged their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor to give us the privilege of living in the United States of America. Read more »
July 1, 2021
Possibilities include renewed schools closures, defunding the police and 'decolonizing' curriculum Read more »
June 29, 2021
Want to end urban hopelessness? Unlock the potential in the children. Quit teaching them they’re victims who can’t learn. Offer them a chance. Support their families. Read more »
June 11, 2021
Ode to be Back at ASU+GSV Summit Jeanne Allen, Founder & CEO, the Center for Education Reform I’m not too proud I’ll say it out loud I miss GSV And ASU, too. Deborah, the Michaels, Kerry and crew Julia, John and Jesse – without you I’m blue! For a few days a year They make […] Read more »
June 4, 2021
District’s hostility to charter opportunities is inequitable and unjust Read more »
May 13, 2021
In states where educational choice has become more popular and more school options are available to parents, student performance, education quality and value is consistently better - and not just in schools of choice. Read more »
April 7, 2021
In states where educational choice has become more popular and more school options are available to parents, student performance, education quality and value is consistently better - and not just in schools of choice. Read more »
February 26, 2021
What are the obstacles and challenges facing the school reopening process? Read more »
February 18, 2021
Media Tires Of Rhetoric And Unions Claim Their Actions Won’t Harm Students Read more »