Our education system is failing our kids and, therefore, it’s failing our country.
If it’s this hard to remove some statues, what does that say about the larger issue?
It is unjustifiable to impute parents with racial animus for wanting a high-quality school for their children.
Ronnie Stephens, father and educator, demystifies the factors that make it difficult to navigate the education system.
The Secretary of Education has been an abysmal communicator, but some of her policies themselves deserve a listen.
…and have Department of Education pay for it.
Some thoughts on why the political fight over charters is derivative and unhelpful.
We must show there are times which call not for gentle exits into that good night, but for rage.
John Oliver ripped on charter schools; here’s a successful rebuttal to his one-sided take on the public school alternatives.
The stratospheric academic achievement of Success Academies students almost defy belief; the model might not work for everyone, but it is a rock solid start.
A first thought on what John Oliver missed in his critique of mismanaged charter schools.
A Boston school turnaround spins out of control.
Does John Oliver’s viral commentary clip tell the whole story on Public and Charter Schools?
Opening in 2017, The Boys School of Denver aims to be not just a school, but a kind of home for its male students.
Parent and early childhood educator Jamila Carter warns that the emphasis on strict discipline and control in urban schools can stifle kids’ creativity and natural desire to learn.
Researcher Joanne Golann tells the EduShyster (Jennifer Berkshire) that no-excuses charters are teaching low-income students to defer to authority and hold back their opinions—the opposite of what they’ll need to succeed in college and life.