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Posted June 13, 2018

This Small Federal Investment in Principals Could Pay Off Big

Here’s the good news: The field of education has the knowledge to make schools better. Not just a little better.…

By Karin Chenoweth

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Posted June 21, 2016

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…

By Karin Chenoweth

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Posted May 18, 2016

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…

By Karin Chenoweth

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Posted May 12, 2016

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…

By Karin Chenoweth

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Posted Apr. 27, 2016

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

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

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…

By Karin Chenoweth

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Posted Mar. 11, 2016

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

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…

By Karin Chenoweth

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Posted Jan. 13, 2022

Chicago Isn’t the Only City Putting Politics Over Kids

The politics of education are broken and we are seeing the effects of it play out in real-time.  In Chicago, a stalemate over remote learning…

By Sharif El-Mekki

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Posted Jan. 10, 2022

America Is Losing Sight Of Teachers’ Humanity

Do you remember when teachers were heroes? It was a pretty great week. I got a couple of Amazon gift cards from my students and…

By Garris Landon Stroud

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Posted Jan. 13, 2022

Explained: How to Run for Your Local School Board

School boards (in some states “school committees”) sit at the intersection of civic engagement, local politics, and community service. The school board is a team…

By Brianna Crowley

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