July 31, 2014 posted by Angelia Dickens

Vergara’s Effects Ripple Out to New York State

As someone who lived in New York for many years, I’ve been worried about the state of the state for a while. Last year, only 31 percent of 3rd-8th graders in New York were proficient in English. Read more

July 18, 2014 posted by Andre-Tascha Lamme

45 Years Later…

Anniversaries are strange. We look back upon a great accomplishment or a particular tragedy, proclaim how great or horrible it was, and then move on with our lives. Read more

July 15, 2014 posted by Valentina Korkes

Diane Ravitch’s Disappointing Sexism

One of the things I love most about working in the education sector is that it is filled with smart, driven women. Read more

July 15, 2014 posted by Jacob Waters

How Should We Pay Our Teachers?

It is a common refrain in education policy circles: “pay teachers more!” Read more

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