Daily Archives: September 21, 2017

Eva Moskowitz to Chalkbeat: Buzz Off! We Are a Private Corporation, Not Public!

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Texas: How the H-E-B Grocery Stores Kept Going During the Hurricane and After

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Jan Resseger: Did We Forget the Purpose of Education?

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Jennifer Berkshire: Education Can’t End Poverty, So Why Do Pundits Keep Saying So?

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To Be Black at Robert E. Lee High School

Last spring in Tyler, Texas, a small city two hours east of Dall, an African-American couple had a series of agonizing conversations at their kitchen table at night, talking softly after their children were in bed. Their daughter, the oldest … Continue reading

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John Merrow and Mary Levy: Did the Rhee-Henderson Reforms Succeed in the D.C. Public Schools?

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What Do Failing Charter Schools Do? They Turn into Voucher Schools!

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Small Class Size – A Reform We’re Just Too Cheap To Try

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