Paul Hill launches a series of blogs on rural education, originally published on Eduwonk.com.
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.
The CEO of InspireNOLA Charter Schools discusses his organization's focus on preparing New Orleans students to graduate college and impact their communities.
Jay Altman of FirstLine Schools envisions a "jobs for learning" initiative to help New Orleans students as they transition out of high school.
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.
How can we ensure excellent teachers for all New Orleans students? Maggie Runyan-Shefa and Michael Stone of New Schools for New Orleans share their ideas.
Christine Campbell and Jordan Posamentier provide insights on the newest annual assessment of school systems implementing the portfolio strategy.
Prompted by a current focus on charter schools and backfill, Paul Hill reflects on how school choice can benefit schools, students, and parents.
Ashley Jochim and Betheny Gross suggest four ways that states can best support rural schools and districts.
Paul Hill and Tricia Maas explain the need for localities to focus on developing highly targeted charter high schools.
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