Priti Sanghani

Analyst, Education First

San Francisco, California

Priti Sanghani holds a master’s in education policy and management from Harvard University, and is a former secondary science teacher and instructional coach.

She cares deeply about seeing education systems flourish, particularly those that serve low-income students and students of color. She holds the deep belief that a quality education honors the dignity and value of every child.

Priti’s expertise is in strengthening philanthropy and grantmaking, advancing instructional practice in schools and classrooms and supporting school districts and policy organizations to strengthen strategic planning.

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Posted Jan. 20, 2016

How Partnerships Between School Districts and Teacher Preparation Programs Are Transforming the Teacher Pipeline

I realized how lucky I was on my first day as a classroom teacher. Walking into I.S. 162, a large…

By Priti Sanghani

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Posted Nov. 11, 2019

While We Get Lost in the Wrong Arguments, Too Many of Our Kids Aren’t Ready for the Future

As a Generation Xer, I was sold the dream in the 1990s that one day we would all telecommute to work, execute our daily duties…

By Chris Stewart

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Posted Nov. 11, 2019

We Need a New Way of Talking About Students Who Face Barriers Erected by Adults and Sustained by Broken Systems

I bring John, David, Ana and Sally into every training, strategy session and decision-making room I occupy.  Well, actually I bring their stories, to remind…

By Cami Anderson

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Posted Nov. 5, 2019

It’s Time for Chicago and Its Teachers Union to Collaborate and Win for Kids

After 11 days on the picket line, Chicago public school teachers are back at work and there’s plenty of chest-beating and navel-gazing underway.  Speculation is…

By Peter Cunningham

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