Published Articles & Media
Should DeVos Ask Congress To Waive Parts of the Special Education Law amid the Coronavirus Pandemic?
The best cases for—and against—changing the rules.
Don’t Waive Rights, Require Districts To Make a Good Faith Effort
Forum: Should DeVos Ask Congress To Waive Parts of the Special Education Law amid the Coronavirus Pandemic?
The Hoosier Way
Good choices for all in Indianapolis
Resilience, Hope, and the Power of the Collective: What Puerto Rico Can Teach the States about Education Reform
People don’t talk about “scaling” solutions in Puerto Rico. They create solutions and hope that others will do the same.
The Future of the Charter School Movement Requires a New Political Strategy
The charter movement now has a limited constituency and some real enemies who are not likely to be deflected by facts or argument.
Why Is Charter Growth Slowing?
Lessons from the Bay Area
The Charter Movement’s ‘Tipping Point’ Strategy Isn’t Working. What Now?
Figuring out how to help districts thrive in a high-choice environment is one of the toughest challenges out there.
Disability Rights Advocates Are Fighting the Wrong Fight on School Choice
Rather than expending effort to fight school choice, we need to focus on fighting for policies that will make choice work well for students with special needs.
‘It’s Not My Problem!’ Why Charter Schools and Districts Need to Work Together on the Politics of School Closure
Failure to find politically viable pathways to replacing low-performing schools can bring both district improvement strategies and charter growth to a halt.
Personalized Learning Will Live or Die on Ability to Manage Change
Schools can struggle to pull off a shift to personalized learning, especially among more veteran teachers wedded to old ways.