Talking with Village Voice writer Alexandria Neason about her new education feature.
Featuring school discipline, NYC charters, refugee students, and more.
These resources can help education reporters cover schools with greater cultural sensitivity and awareness of their own biases.
It’s a mini-conference on the ABCs of the Every Student Succeeds Act.
Race and charter schools, statewide elections, and Elizabeth Warren.
It’s got everything: mystery and drama, size and scope, sympathetic victims, and bureaucratic bad guys.
Why EdWeek should broaden Politics K-12’s frustratingly narrow focus on Washington DC news — but won’t.
A Philadelphia Inquirer story has ignited a mini-controversy.
NYT: In Connecticut, a Wealth Gap Divides Neighboring Schools https://t.co/907mAf6JH4 Houston Chronicle: Officials vow to end limits put on special ed https://t.co/9lFk449HN5 Virginian-Pilot: How Norfolk schools pulled struggling students out of classes before state testing time http://ow.ly/vjs8304hyV4 Bloomberg: Even In A Diverse School In Leafy Evanston, IL, Black Students Don’t Even Get an Equal Education https://t.co/TD7I3sG0Ot Times-Picayune: 3-week flood hiatus… Read more »
The NYT Sunday magazine highlights some of the roughly 1,300 refugees attending schools in Boise, Idaho.