Karin Chenoweth

Karin Chenoweth

Guest Blogger

Writer, The Education Trust

Washington, D.C.

Karin Chenoweth is writer-in-residence at The Education Trust, a national education advocacy organization, and author of It’s Being Done and HOW It’s Being Done and co-author of Getting It Done, all published by Harvard Education Press. Her columns originally appear on The Huffington Post.

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Posted June 21, 2016
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Turning Around Artesia, Part 3: The Problem With Giving Fewer Tests

This is part three of a three-part series by Education Trust’s Karin Chenoweth on the remarkable turnaround of Artesia High…

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Posted May 18, 2016
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Turning Around Artesia, Part 2: This School Figured Out How to Make It ‘Cool’ to Succeed

This is part two of a three-part series by Education Trust’s Karin Chenoweth on the remarkable turnaround of Artesia High…

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Posted May 12, 2016
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Turning Around Artesia, Part 1: How Is This California High School Beating the Odds?

This is part one of a three-part series by Education Trust’s Karin Chenoweth on the remarkable turnaround of Artesia High…

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Posted Apr. 27, 2016
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No, Those Tests Won’t Hurt You, But They Should Be Fewer and Fairer

Recently, I wrote about the value of the information parents receive when their kids take common—or standardized—assessments. But I know that…

By Karin Chenoweth

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Posted Apr. 19, 2016
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Opting Your Kid Out? It Means Opting Out of Being a More Informed Parent

Some kids tell their parents everything that goes on in school. At least, that’s what I’ve heard. My kids certainly…

By Karin Chenoweth

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Posted Mar. 30, 2016
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We Can Learn Many Things From These Schools. ‘Separate But Equal’ Isn’t One of Them.

I recently learned that my work has been used as justification by school officials who advocate deliberately concentrating poverty in…

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Posted Mar. 11, 2016
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WATCH: These Principals Will Make You Believe in the Power of Education

“I don’t think there’s a child out there who doesn’t want to learn and be the best they can be.”…

By Karin Chenoweth

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Posted Feb. 24, 2016
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A Long Island High School Where ‘You Never Run Into a Closed Door’

The first time Dr. James Hunderfund entered Malverne High School, the hallways felt “hostile.” “You didn’t want to stay in…

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Posted Apr. 17, 2017
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It’s Bigger Than Teaching, It’s Love: How KIPP Is Getting Students To and Through College

KIPP Through College addresses the seemingly small, often overlooked hardships that can derail low-income, first-generation college students.…

By Caroline Bermudez

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Posted Apr. 18, 2017
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A Candid Convo With a Chicago Principal Who Says Black Boys Learn Best When Success Looks Like Them

Christopher Goins is the founding principal of Butler College Prep, a four-year-old charter high school on the far South Side of Chicago with a student…

By Marilyn Rhames

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Posted Apr. 18, 2017
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This Parent-Friendly Tool for Checking School Grades Could Go National

Do your kids go to a good school? “Good” depends on who you ask, of course, but if you’re interested in knowing how well a…

By Lane Wright

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