In this episode, Conor P. Williams breaks down the education policies of the Democratic presidential hopefuls.
You’ll hear about the candidate’s education platforms, their positions on the charter school movement, and why civil rights battles are often more successful at the federal level.
Conor P. Williams is a fellow at The Century Foundation. Williams was previously the founding director of the New America’s Dual Language Learners National Work Group and a senior researcher in New America’s Education Policy Program.
He began his career as a first grade teacher in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Dr. Williams holds a Ph.D in government from Georgetown University, a M.S. in teaching from Pace University, and a B.A. from Bowdoin College.
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- Why civil rights battles are often more successful at the federal level
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- The 2019 Democratic Debates, Where No One Argues for Fixing America With Better Schools
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- The Century Foundation