The Silent Storm in New Orleans: Charter Schools

The memory of things gone is important to a jazz musician -Louis Armstrong In August of 2005 Hurricane Katrina decimated the city of New Orleans, Louisiana . Thousands died. Hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses were ravaged. Entire communities were destroyed. And as the city came together to bury their dead and begin rebuilding their lives,… Read More The Silent Storm in New Orleans: Charter Schools

Queens and the Most Diverse Schools in the World

“Reducing the concentration of disadvantage is crucial… it is virtually impossible for any teacher and any school, no matter how good and dedicated they are, to provide effective instruction in the presence of a student population composed of 80% of students who have limited language skills, have experienced traumatic events and live in precarious living… Read More Queens and the Most Diverse Schools in the World