Monthly Archives: March 2016

TFA25 Post Mortem

As I promised I would, I attended the TFA 25 year anniversary celebration in Washington DC last month. ┬áHaving been involved with the organization for 24 years in different roles including a corps member, a staff member, a recruiter, a … Continue reading

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A Miracle Grows In Brooklyn

Five years ago, when I started blogging about education reform, much of what I did was debunking schools that had supposedly beaten the odds by doing things like firing the teachers or by converting a school into a charter school. … Continue reading

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