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Mike Goldstein


Mike Goldstein is the founder of the MATCH Charter School and MATCH Teacher Residency in Boston (www.matchschool.org). MTR is currently running a randomized trial of teacher coaching in New Orleans; last year MATCH designed and implemented an intervention in Houston which recruited and deployed over 200 full-time math tutors in Houston turnaround schools, as part of a larger experiment run by EdLabs. Mike serves or has served on various advisory boards: transition teams for the past two MA governors (Deval Patrick and Mitt Romney), the National Council for Teacher Quality, Harvard's Futures of School Reform, Boston Schoolchildren's Consortium, Education Sector, and others. He received his masters in public policy from Harvard University and his B.A. from Duke University, which -- through various computer models -- appears to have a 27% chance of returning to the Final Four in 2012, and a 97% chance of remaining the most hated team in college basketball.

Published Articles & Media

Noah’s Ark College

A $340 million (or even just $40 million) plan for a new “America at its best” liberal arts college.

Daddy School: Week 2

Current events, Khan Academy math, cartooning, and an apprenticeship in watching TV.

Daddy School, Week One

A parent’s plan meets reality.

Daddy School, Week One

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How Income Share Agreements Helped our Education School Grow

Shifting risk away from students, adding transparency

Putting School Budgets in Teachers’ Hands

What if end-users in the classroom made purchasing decisions?

Mental Health in High School: The Teacher’s Perspective

The recent mass shooting in Parkland, Fla., provoked a rash of conversation about what schools could or should do about student mental health. Left out of the discussion was the teacher’s perspective.

Studying Teacher Moves

A practitioner’s take on what is blocking the research teachers need

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