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The Race-Based Education Gap in America

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Unchartered Territory
Charter school founders are pioneers of public education reform, staking their claim in the K-12 education landscape by founding new schools in many historically underserved communities. But twenty years after…
The Blame Game
The discourse around education reform--especially on issues involving teachers--lacks nuance, thoughtfulness and, often, commonsense. Simplistic "pro-" and "anti-" teacher rhetoric is distracting from efforts to improve teacher quality, especially in…
The Path to Prison
The United States now bears the ominous title as the planet's most prolific jailer: with only 5% of the population, we represent 25% of the world's incarcerated. The vast majority…

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