“Forum: Booker T. Washington Academy in New Haven embodies best of charter schools.” By Jeremiah Grace. New Haven Register. September 1, 2014,
“Suspensions and expulsions down in D.C. charter schools.” By Michael Alison Chandler. Washington Post. September 5, 2014.
“The Battle for New York Schools: Eva Moskowitz vs. Mayor Bill de Blasio.” New York Times. September 7, 2014.
“A New Twist in Online Learning at Stanford; What I learned from teaching Econ 1 on the Web to students who included one in Botswana.” Opinion. By John B. Taylor. Wall Street Journal. September 2, 2014.
“Survey Part I: Get To Know Harvard’s Class of 2018; Annual Survey Shows Points of Connection, Difference with Previous Class.” By Steven S. Lee and Carolina I. Portela-Blanco. Harvard Crimson. [Part I of a four-part series on Harvard’s incoming Class of 2018, based on data collected by The Crimson in an email survey conducted in the month of August. Part II will run on Wednesday]. Harvard Crimson. September 2, 2014.
“Yale’s tax exempt New Haven property worth $2.5 billion.” By Ed Stannard. New Haven Register. September 2, 2014.
“Interactive map: Properties Yale University owns in New Haven.” New Haven Register. September 2, 2014.
“Doubling in size, Yale-NUS student body thrives.” By Lavinia Borzi. Yale Daily News. September 3, 2014.
“Buckley Program pushes expansion.” By Phoebe Kimmelman. Yale Daily News. September 3, 2014.
“In the fanciest dorm in Washington, designs on changing the world; At Georgetown’s Halcyon House, a new program aims to foster innovation; Georgetown’s historic Halcyon House has been transformed into a luxury meeting and housing space for a new fellowship program.” By Roxanne Roberts. Washington Post. September 3, 2014.
“Endicott College’s mission defines its culture.” By Cindy Atoji Keene. Boston Globe. September 7, 2014.
PUBLIC EDUCATION PHILANTHROPY
“North Carolina District Breaks Ties With Teach For America.” By Reema Khrais. All Things Considered/National Public Radio. September 3, 2014.
“On the School-Choice Barricades; Former D.C. councilman Kevin Chavous talks about his battles with teachers unions across the country and why the voucher movement is advancing.” By Allysia Finley. Wall Street Journal. September 6, 2014.