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Posted Mar. 21, 2018

Coffee Break: De’Shawn Wright on Being Destined for Public Service and Finding Purpose in Education

De’Shawn Wright has spent more than 15 years serving in senior leadership posts in government and the nonprofit sector and is a part of the…

By Michael Vaughn

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Posted June 1, 2016

Coffee Break: Third Way’s Lanae Hatalsky on Staying Chill, the Teacher Wars and Her Choice for Hillary’s Running Mate

Lanae Erickson Hatalsky is vice president for the social policy and politics program at Third Way, a think tank in Washington, D.C. Lanae’s job is…

By Caroline Bermudez

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Posted Dec. 3, 2015

Next Steps in Newark: Superintendent Chris Cerf Responds to Dale Russakoff’s ‘The Prize’

Last week, Education Post ran an interview with Newark Superintendent Chris Cerf talking about ongoing efforts to improve public education in New Jersey’s largest city.…

By Chris Cerf

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Posted Oct. 14, 2015

Cami Anderson at The 74, Discussing Newark Reforms

After a controversial turn at the helm of Newark Public Schools, Cami Anderson is speaking out about Dale Rusakoff's "The Prize," a book that covered Cami's tenure in Newark among other aspects of reforming Newark's education system, as well as her experience in Newark. What’s your assessment, after years of leading the charge: Can struggling urban school districts like Newark's be truly turned into excellent school systems? If so, what…

By Valentina Korkes

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Posted Oct. 14, 2015

The 74 on “The Prize”

Andrew Martin, Director of Special Projects at KIPP New Jersey, recently wrote an "unwritten appendix" to Dale Rusakoff's "The Prize," a book covering the educational controversies of Newark, NJ. Martin provides additional information based on his experiences in New Jersey's education sector, including a reflection on the "real educational gains" seen by Newark students. For 2014, the most recent year that data is available, more than 40% of…

By Valentina Korkes

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Posted Aug. 31, 2015

Lessons From Newark: Not the Anti-Reform Narrative You Think

Dale Russakoff’s new book, The Prize, on reforms in the Newark Public Schools over the last five years is a dramatic and cautionary tale about…

By Peter Cunningham

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Posted Aug. 24, 2015

Once Upon a Time…in Newark

There’s a new kind of fairy tale in the annals of those who denigrate efforts at education reform. It goes something like this: Beleaguered city…

By Laura Waters

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Posted July 16, 2015

Senate Dems Make a Strong Showing to Defend Civil Rights in ESEA

Here’s Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.), defending the accountability amendment to the Every Child Achieves Act that he supported along with Sens. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.), Chris…

By Laura Waters

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My Parents Didn’t Make It Past the Third Grade. I’m Working to Change That for Families in San Antonio.

My personal story begins with my family. I was born the youngest of seven children to a migrant farming family. My parents’ education did not…

By Arnold Hernandez

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Posted Sep. 17, 2018

There Are Charter Schools Run By the Community and For the Community

Three decades since the passage of the first charter school law, this movement of extreme promise has fallen out of favor with many of its…

By Steven Zimmerman

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Posted Sep. 18, 2018

Donors Choose, Except When They Can’t

DonorsChoose.org, an organization that allows teachers to request classroom supplies and experiences for their students, is guilty of discriminating against parochial and private schools. At…

By Erika Sanzi

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