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A Culture of High Expectations in New Orleans

Jul 15 2015

The Director of Intervention at Sci Academy in New Orleans writes about the importance of high expectations for students with significant disabilities.

Do Charters Cause Portfolio or Does Portfolio Cause Charters? Chickens and Eggs Revisited

Jul 13 2015

Christine Campbell looks at the facts and disagrees with Neerav Kingsland's opinion that the portfolio strategy is simply an inevitable response to high charter market share.

Brand Name Reforms in Rural Education

Jun 27 2015

Paul Hill concludes his blog series on rural education, originally published on eduwonk.com.

Resource Constraints in Rural Education

Jun 26 2015

Paul Hill continues his blog series on rural education, originally published on eduwonk.com.

College and Career Connections in Rural Schools

Jun 25 2015

Paul Hill continues his blog series on rural education, originally published on eduwonk.com.

World-Class Standards and Place-Based Education in Rural Schools

Jun 24 2015

Paul Hill launches a series of blogs on rural education, originally published on Eduwonk.com.

Changing the Narrative in New Orleans: Sarah Newell Usdin Talks with Adam Hawf

Jul 9 2015

The Orleans Parish School Board representative and founder/past CEO of New Schools for New Orleans talks about the need for broader, deeper public engagement in the city's schools.

A Renewed Sense of Hope in New Orleans: Jamar McKneely Talks with Adam Hawf

Jul 6 2015

The CEO of InspireNOLA Charter Schools discusses his organization's focus on preparing New Orleans students to graduate college and impact their communities.

New Orleans: A City That Works—Together

Jun 29 2015

Jay Altman of FirstLine Schools envisions a "jobs for learning" initiative to help New Orleans students as they transition out of high school.

Ten Years After: What's Next for New Orleans?

Jun 25 2015

Robin Lake kicks off a series of blogs from education leaders in New Orleans, who share their ideas on what will it take to bring the city's schools to a much higher level of success.

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