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Posted Apr. 5, 2018

I’m Celebrating How Newark Took Charter Schools From the Fringe to the Center

All parents deserve access to a high-quality school that nurtures and supports their children. But despite best intentions, many Newark parents continue to struggle finding…

By Michele Mason

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Posted Oct. 5, 2016

Facebook Is Teaming Up With District and Charter Schools to Make High School a Little Less Boring

In his new book about charter schools, The Founders, Richard Whitmire makes a simple assertion in Chapter 15: “High school is boring.” And judging from…

By Erika Sanzi

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Posted Aug. 5, 2016

In Newark, They’re Not So Quick to Knock Zuckerberg’s Gift

On Tuesday, Checker Finn, president emeritus at the Thomas B. Fordham Institute and self-described “aging education reformer,” penned an open letter to Mark Zuckerberg and…

By Laura Waters

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Posted Dec. 3, 2015

Next Steps in Newark: Superintendent Chris Cerf Responds to Dale Russakoff’s ‘The Prize’

Last week, Education Post ran an interview with Newark Superintendent Chris Cerf talking about ongoing efforts to improve public education in New Jersey’s largest city.…

By Chris Cerf

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Posted Nov. 17, 2015

What Ed Reform Is Not Talking About: A Critique From Within

It’s time for the education reform movement to do some soul-searching. A new report and a fresh round of dismal national test results confirm the…

By Elliot Haspel

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Posted Oct. 9, 2015

Facebook Technology Team Shares Expertise with Classroom Teachers

Nichole Dobo writes in The Hechinger Report about the collaboration around blended learning happening between Summit Public Schools, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, and 19 schools from around the country. Teachers created a prototype of a new tool that allows for customization of each day for each student and now it is being shared far and wide. Today, the Summit-Facebook partnership announced the 19 schools from around the country that have been…

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Posted Oct. 9, 2015

Hey Billionaires, If You Give Up on the System, You’re Giving Up on Kids

An editorial in the Wall Street Journal this week argues that philanthropists committed to improving education should give up on donating directly to public schools—Mark…

By Laura Waters

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Posted Sep. 28, 2015

4 Ways to Rethink High School Education

Recently, Laurene Powell Jobs announced a $50 million dollar project to “create high schools with new approaches to education.” Although this is an amazing opportunity…

By Kayla Patrick

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Posted June 11, 2019
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By the End of My Third Year, I Was in Therapy. We Must Start Taking Teachers’ Emotional Health Seriously.

We all know the female elementary school teacher stereotype, perhaps best portrayed by the iconic Jessica Day from New Girl: bubby, cheerful, exquisitely put-together, good,…

By Kristabel Stark

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Posted June 11, 2019
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How Teachers and Families Can Help Students Build Reading Fluency Over the Summer

Summer is a time for trying new things. Summer can also be a time for falling backward on academic skills like reading fluency. Research shows…

By Cindy Jiban

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Posted June 12, 2019

When It Comes to College Graduation and Finding a Job, Mentors Make a Difference

I am living proof of the OneGoal motto: “College graduation. Period.” I’m a recent graduate of Southern Illinois University (SIU) of Carbondale where I studied…

By Jawon Mayberry

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