Category Archives: Education

News Coverage: “From living in cars to UC Davis — one student’s journey”

News Coverage: Joy Resmovits, From living in cars to UC Davis — one student’s journey, L.A. Times, June 27, 2016.

News Coverage: “For Detroit’s Children, More School Choice but Not Better Schools”

News Coverage: Kate Zernike, For Detroit’s Children, More School Choice but Not Better Schools, N.Y. Times, June 28, 2016 [long and good feature article].

Op-Ed: “If Education Is The Cure For Poverty, Then How Do We Make The Antidote?”

Op-Ed: Brad L. Brasseur, “If Education Is The Cure For Poverty, Then How Do We Make The Antidote?

News Coverage: “House Proposes $9M For Teachers In High Poverty Districts”

News Coverage: “House Proposes $9M For Teachers In High Poverty Districts

News Coverage: “Board Set To Vote On Plan To Create High-Poverty Schools”

News Coverage: “Board Set To Vote On Plan To Create High-Poverty Schools” – The Washington Post

New Article: The Concentration Of Poverty In American Schools

New Article: The Concentration of Poverty in American Schools – The Atlantic

New Article: “Student Debt and the Siren Song of Systemic Risk”

New Article: Jonathan D. Glater, Student Debt and the Siren Song of Systemic Risk, 53 Harv. J. on Leg. 99 (2016).

New Article: “Socioeconomic Integration and the Greater Richmond School District: The Feasibility of Interdistrict Consolidation”

New Article: Barry Gabay, Socioeconomic Integration and the Greater Richmond School District: The Feasibility of Interdistrict Consolidation, 51 U. Rich. L. Rev. 397 (2015).

News Coverage: “Will the New SAT Better Serve Poor Students?”

News Coverage: Mikhail Zinshteyn, Will the New SAT Better Serve Poor Students?, The Atlantic, Mar. 5, 2016.

News Coverage: Colleges Shifting Narrative From Low-Income to First-Generation Students – The Atlantic

News Coverage: Colleges Shifting Narrative From Low-Income to First-Generation Students – The Atlantic