• Jul 14 2017
    ‘Varying degrees of success’: Betheny Gross on personalized learning

    Betheny Gross is interviewed by refinED about the personalized learning model.

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  • Jul 13 2017
    ‘It’s Not My Problem!’ Why Charter Schools and Districts Need to Work Together on the Politics of School Closure

    Robin Lake and Alice Opalka write on the importance of collaboration between school districts and charter schools in this piece for Education Next.

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  • Jul 10 2017
    One School's Quest for Personalized Public Education

    Betheny Gross is quoted in The Atlantic about personalized learning.

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  • Jul 6 2017
    Increasing the Demand for High-Quality Schools in Cleveland

    Michael DeArmond, with José Hernández, writes for Education Next about Cleveland's challenges with the school choice model.

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  • Jun 28 2017
    How a High School Gets Students to Graduation, Against Many Odds

    Paul Hill is quoted in this WNYC piece about Broome Street Charter Academy in Manhattan, which uses the community school model.

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  • Jun 21 2017
    New Analysis Finds Public Transit in Denver Not Sufficient to Improve Students’ Access to High-Quality Schools

    Report suggests Denver and other cities should invest in the supply of high-quality schools in order to dramatically improve access for students most in need.

  • Jun 21 2017
    For a Truly Effective School Choice System, Have High-Quality Options in Every Neighborhood

    Betheny Gross writes in The 74 that school choice works best when there are high-quality options everywhere in the city.

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  • Jun 12 2017
    The Voucher Fight Isn't Clear-Cut

    In this op-ed for U.S. News & World Report, Robin Lake explains how her views on vouchers have shifted.

  • Jun 1 2017
    How L.A. school reformers can turn election wins into change

    Robin Lake and Paul Hill urge the new L.A. school board to avoid repeating mistakes of the past in this Los Angeles Daily News commentary.

  • May 27 2017
    With state budget in crisis, many Oklahoma schools hold classes four days a week

    Paul Hill is quoted is this Washington Post piece on the four-day school week in Oklahoma.

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