|Peter Cunningham – Executive Director, Education Post
Melinda Anderson looks at bias in teacher hiring. A New Mexico school leader calls out a local newspaper for setting low expectations. State Teachers of the Year and a group of fourth graders defend the right to kneel during the national anthem. In her own words, a Mexican immigrant explains how a publicly-funded scholarship saved her. Massachusetts parents share their hopes and expectations for the next state education commissioner. Bernita Bradley and Shawnta Barnes think a lot of education debates are besides the point. A new Atlanta school focuses on computer coding. MIT hopes scientists will teach despite lower pay. Shavar Jeffries reminds us that school choice has progressive roots.
School Choice Has Progressive Roots
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