Timothy Daly

Guest Blogger

Founding Partner, EdNavigator

Chicago, Illinois

Tim Daly brings 16 years of experience in public education to EdNavigator, including service as an urban school teacher, organizational leader and policy expert.

Prior to founding EdNavigator, he served alongside Ariela Rozman as President of TNTP. During his eight years in that role, TNTP became a leading source of innovative research and a respected independent voice on teacher quality issues.

Before joining TNTP in 2001, Tim taught social studies at Northeast Middle School in Baltimore. He holds a M.A. in teaching from Johns Hopkins University and a B.A. in American Studies from Northwestern University. He lives in Chicago with his wife and two children.

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Posted May 13, 2016

Parents Can’t Vote With Their Feet If They Don’t Know Their Options

Does keeping a child in a school that appears to be struggling mean that parents are happy with it? Should…

By Timothy Daly

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Posted Jan. 15, 2016

Here’s What School Choice Actually Feels Like to Parents

It’s college application time for high school seniors across the country. In Louisiana, prospective students will find a fairly straightforward…

By Timothy Daly

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Posted Dec. 16, 2015

When Parents Don’t Know the Truth About How Their Kids Are Doing in School

Picture a typical parent-teacher conference. A mother, Kendra, sits down with her son’s fourth-grade teacher, Ms. Martin. These are some…

By Timothy Daly

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Posted Jan. 15, 2015

Bad Ideas Can Be Bipartisan, Too

This post was written by TNTP President Timothy Daly and originally appeared on TNTP’s blog. It’s go time for the…

By Timothy Daly

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Posted Jan. 19, 2018

You Can Keep Your School Choice Debate. I’m Choosing the Best Option for My Child.

Growing up, I was TPS (Toledo Public Schools) proud! I have been a staunch advocate for public schools throughout my career, and yet, I took…

By Kelisa Wing

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Posted Jan. 22, 2018

Finding the Right School for Your Kid Shouldn’t Be a Privilege

This is National School Choice Week, coming at a time when the concept of choice has become one of the most polarizing in our educational…

By Patrick Kelly

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Posted Jan. 22, 2018

We Should Support Schools That Work. It’s Really That Simple.

Politics makes strange bedfellows. As a liberal who is theoretically supportive of unions, public education, governmental social programs, and wary of the private marketplace as…

By Zachary Wright 

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