Eric Goldstein

Guest Blogger

CEO & Founder, One World Education

Washington, D.C.

Eric Goldstein expanded One World Education from a successful classroom project into a nonprofit organization in 2007. Prior to One World, Eric taught in public, charter, and independent schools and earned a US Department of the Interior Partners in Education Award while teaching in Southeast Washington, D.C., in 2006. Eric holds a master’s in education from the University of Vermont and master’s of international policy from George Washington University. His career in education started after a solo, 5,000-mile, bicycle trip across the United States in 1999.

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Posted Dec. 5, 2018

A Second Listen to Student Voice

Common Core author David Coleman shocked a crowd of educators in 2011 when he declared, “…as you grow up in…

By Eric Goldstein

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Posted Feb. 23, 2021

Oakland’s School Board Cares More About Politics Than It Does About Kids and Families

Reyna Morales lives in Oakland, California, and is the parent of two students at a high-performing charter school located in an area with a dearth…

By Reyna Morales

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Posted Feb. 22, 2021

Educators Who Consider Themselves ‘White Allies’ Are Dangerous When It Comes To Developing Anti-Racist Classrooms

“I am a white ally,” the 30 something-year-old white teacher declared emphatically in the diversity and inclusion professional development session. She snapped her fingers to…

By Sana Shaikh

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Posted Feb. 24, 2021

Meet Newark’s Own Amanda Gorman, Seventh Grade Poet Makayla Brown

A month ago, as Amanda Gorman shared her beautiful prose during President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris’ inauguration, students at KIPP Rise Academy in Newark had…

By Laura Waters

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