Online Gaming Platform Aims to Teach Social and Emotional Skills

by Alexa Henry, Education Week
October 18, 2016


Pricey hires plague de Blasio’s program to fix failing schools

By Aaron Short and Susan Edelman, NY Post
October 16, 2016

NYC’s Search For Public School Overcrowding Fixes

Tanvi Misra, CityLab
October 12, 2016


Facebook-backed school software shows promise — and raises privacy concerns

Emma Brown and Todd Frankel, Washington Post
October  11, 2016


Mixed reactions on overcrowding report

Anthony O’Reilly, Queens Chronicle
September 22, 2016


Sunnyside is getting a new middle school

Anthony O’Reilly, Queens Chronicle
September 22, 2016


DOE’s pricey ventures are overcrowding schools despite open seats: report

Selim Algar, New York Post
September 7, 2016

Were state tests easier than usual this year? 

Anthony O’Reilly, Queens Chronicle
August 25, 2016


State education department names first “privacy officer” to safeguard student data 

Diane C. Lore,
August 24, 2016


State Hires Privacy Offier to Protect Student Data

Yasmeen Khan, WNYC
August 24, 2016


Big win for advocates as New York State names chief privacy officer

Christina Veiga, Chalkbeat
August 24, 2016


After lengthy process, State Education Department hires chief privacy officer 

Keshia Clukey, Politico
August 24, 2016


Most City Schools Still Break State Law Restricting Class Size 

Gerald Schifman, Crain’s New York Business
August 11, 2016


DOE School Survey Shows High Marks, Contrasts with Public Polling

Libby Wetzler, Gotham Gazette
August 10, 2016


New York State Test Scores Inspire Conflicting Interpretations 

Elizabeth A. Harris, New York Times
August 5, 2016


Could Scoring Changes Explain the Rise in New York’s English Test Results? Experts Say They’re Not Convinced 

Monica Disare, Chalkbeat
August 5, 2016


City boasts higher Common Core scores, but it may not mean much

Susan Edelman, New York Post
August 5, 2016


New York State Test Scores Rose Because the Bar was Lowered, Advocates Say

Ben Chapman, NY Daily News
August 4, 2016


Few New York Schools See High Lead Levels in Water

Beth Fertig, WNYC SchoolBook
July 13, 2016


New report: City classrooms are increasingly overcrowded, especially for the youngest students

Annie Ma, Chalkbeat
July 7, 2016


Can ‘early warning systems’ keep children from dropping out of school?

Emma Brown, The Washington Post
June 21, 2016


City spends $6.5M to fix up this pre-K school – for 18 kids

Selim Algar, New York Post
June 9, 2016


Marketers Target Students Through Onine Learning

Chelsea Legendre, MeriTalk
May 25, 2016


Players in 2009 Mayoral Control Fight Take Different Positions in 2016

David Howard King, Gotham Gazette
May 23, 2016


Common Core testing group wages aggressive campaign against critics on social media

Valerie Strauss, Washington Post Answer Sheet
May 20, 2016


Why New School Seats Aren’t Keeping Pace With the City’s Housing Boom

Amy Zimmer and Nikhita Venugopal,
May 18, 2016


Beware: the Education Reform Industry is Watching You!

Jonathan Pelto, The Progressive
May 18, 2016


School spending panel: DOE bullies us to side with de Blasio

Susan Edelman, New York Post

May 8, 2016


Standardized testing for special needs students, English language learners can be ‘abusive,’ Regents chief says

Lisa L. Colangelo, New York Daily News

May 6, 2016


Should you trust a computer to grade your child’s writing on Common Core tests?

Leonie Haimson, The Washington Post Answer Sheet

May 5, 2016


School Serving Autistic Kids Fears Co-Location Plan Will Hurt Its Success

Amy Zimmer and Nikhita Venugopal,

May 5, 2016


City still paying millions to firm linked to kickback scheme

Selim Algar, New York Post

May 2, 2016


De Blasio used ‘slush fund’ to support faulty pre-K programs

Susan Edelman, New York Post

April 24, 2016


Amazon in Line to Sell E-Books to New York City’s Schools

Greg Bensinger, The Wall Street Journal

April 18, 2016


Exclusive: NYC plans to hire firms involved in dishonest practices for special education services

Lisa L. Colangelo and Ben Chapman, Daily News

April 18, 2016


Teacher: What third-graders are being asked to do on 2016 Common Core test

Katie Lapham, Washington Post Answer Sheet

April 12, 2016


Leaders in N.Y. Flip-Flop on Common Core, Opt-Outs

Daarel Burnette II, Education Week

April 12, 2016


Thousands Refuse Common Core Testing, Calls for National Opt-Out and Washington March

Alan Singer, The Huffington Post

April 7, 2016


New York Opt-Out Rates Remain High, Tests Remain Massively Confusing

Neil DeMause, The Village Voice

April 7, 2016


Education Historian Diane Ravitch Calls Parents to Opt Their Kids Out of High-Stakes Standardized Tests 

Junrell, Parent Herald

April 4, 2016


City Schools to See Some Money They’re Owed – But Not All

Beth Fertig, WNYC Schoolbook

March 16, 2016


Why Has Charter School Violence Spiked at Double the Rate of Public Schools?

George Joseph, The Nation

March 9, 2016


Addressing NYC’s School Overcrowding Crisis

Leonie Haimson and Javier Valdés, Gotham Gazette

March 8, 2016


Assessing de Blasio: Education

Leonie Haimson, The Indypendent

March 4, 2016


Calls for more transparency, oversight in Department of Education Contracting

Samar Khurshid, Gotham Gazette

March 1, 2016


Three key things to know about Obama’s new education chief 

Valerie Strauss, The Washington Post

February 22, 2016


Reader Faults “Digital Reach” Report as Lacking Skepticism on Ed Tech 

Leonie Haimson, Education Week

February 9, 2016

Chalk Up a Victory (Sort of)

Peter Rugh, The Indypendent

February 2, 2016


Promise of new school seats won’t help students jammed in crowded classrooms now (editorial)

Staten Island Advance Editorial,

February 2, 2016


What your child needs to know before taking the SAT and ACT

Rachael Stickland and Leonie Haimson, The Washington Post

January 21, 2016


Overdue DOE Capital Plan To Be Released 

Gotham Gazette, Samar Khurshid

January 20, 2016


When Leonie Haimson FOILed John King-and Got No Answer-Then Found Out the Truth about inBloom

Diane Ravitch, Diane Ravitch’s blog

January 14, 2016


[Video] Educational Forum: Integrated Public Education Panel


January 9, 2016


Paterson Educator Gives Testimony of Education Reform Impact

Amy Tarazona,

January 10, 2016


Why the new education secretary is a lightning rod

Valerie Strauss, The Washington Post

January 2, 2016




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