Census’ Citizenship Question, The Other Segregation and Commissioner Schwinn’s Inner Circle


What We Are Read­ing Nation­al K-12 Aid at Stake in Suit Over Cen­sus’ Cit­i­zen­ship Ques­tion, Edu­ca­tion Week The Oth­er Seg­re­ga­tion, The … Con­tin­ue read­ing Cen­sus’ Cit­i­zen­ship Ques­tion, The Oth­er Seg­re­ga­tion and Com­mis­sion­er Schwinn’s Inner Cir­cle

Educator diversity in Tennessee and why Black girls are more likely to be punished in school


Explor­ing Edu­ca­tor Diver­si­ty in Ten­nessee The 10n­th Peri­od: Edu­ca­tion Research in Ten­nessee 10 Ways Edu­ca­tors Can Take Action in Pur­suit of … Con­tin­ue read­ing Edu­ca­tor diver­si­ty in Ten­nessee and why Black girls are more like­ly to be pun­ished in school

Commissioner Schwinn on school turnaround, principal quality and the cult of homework


What We Are Read­ing Ten­nessee Com­mis­sion­er Schwinn Dis­cuss­es Account­abil­i­ty in School Turn­around Chalk­beat Are Ten­nessee schools plac­ing weak­er teach­ers in non-test­ed … Con­tin­ue read­ing Com­mis­sion­er Schwinn on school turn­around, prin­ci­pal qual­i­ty and the cult of home­work

L.A.‘s teachers got what they wanted, school vouchers and a plan to increase college graduation rates


What We Are Read­ing The U.S. Teach­ing Pop­u­la­tion Is Get­ting Big­ger, and More Female The Atlantic L.A.’s Teach­ers Got What They … Con­tin­ue read­ing L.A.‘s teach­ers got what they want­ed, school vouch­ers and a plan to increase col­lege grad­u­a­tion rates