Katie Linehan

Posted July 2, 2018

Teachers Deserve School Choice Too

Social media has changed the way we see and interact with the world. For many, friends and follower lists are filled by those with whom…

By Katie Linehan

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Posted Mar. 28, 2017

Superintendent Search Reveals That Omaha Public Schools Just Can’t Seem to Get It Together

After receiving 33 applications from 19 different states, in February, Omaha Public Schools (OPS) announced three finalists for their soon-to-be vacant superintendent post. But, on…

By Katie Linehan

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Posted May 2, 2016

Before You Brag About Your Graduation Rates, Make Sure the Kids Are Learning

Nebraskans are proud of our state’s high school graduation rate, which, at 89.7 percent, is the second highest in the nation. Graduating from high school…

By Katie Linehan

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Posted Jan. 13, 2016

Omaha in Black and White: The President’s Opportunity to Address Ongoing Disparity

Today, President Obama will visit Omaha. This will be the president’s first visit to Nebraska since taking office in 2008. He should seize this opportunity…

By Katie Linehan

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Posted Apr. 23, 2015

No Apologies for Setting High Expectations

At my school, we believe every child can succeed through hard work and determination. I teach my students that consistent, diligent effort pays off. I…

By Katie Linehan

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Posted Apr. 13, 2015

Nebraska Must Do Better for Kids

Recently, the Nebraska Department of Education submitted a last-minute application for a waiver from the 2001 No Child Left Behind (NCLB) legislation. Unfortunately, the application…

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Posted Jan. 28, 2020

We Shined a Light on What Many Refuse to See: World-Class Cities With Third-World Educational Results

You mad, bro? That seems like the most appropriate question to ask after my team released “The Secret Shame of Progressive Cities” last week, a…

By Chris Stewart

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Posted Jan. 27, 2020

Better Charter School Laws Can Help Families Win a Ticket Out of Poverty. Here’s Who’s Getting It Right.

As a tribute to National School Choice Week, one of the most empowering weeks of the year for parents, today, the National Alliance for Public…

By Todd Ziebarth

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Posted Jan. 27, 2020

What Happens When a Good Public Charter School Can’t Get a Building

Imagine that your 15-year-old daughter is enrolled in a public high school that you both chose for its affirmative culture and impressive academics. Your daughter—let’s…

By Laura Waters

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