Media Coverage

Insights and concepts of our program have been featured in leading national, local, and industry media outlets. Here is a collection of recent coverage.

Will AI Be Your Next Principal? Probably Not. But It’s Here to StayThe 74, June 3, 2024

Is Bipartisan Education Policy Still Possible?, Education Week, May 22, 2024

5 Lessons From Civics in How to Achieve Agreement Across the Political Divide, The 74, April 5, 2024

Education may now be a “cross-partisan” endeavor, Fordham Institute Flypaper, March 28, 2024

America’s kids are at risk. Here’s what we must do to prepare them for uncertain future. USA TODAY, May 30, 2023

To Bolster Civics Knowledge & Reading Skills, Why Not Do Both at the Same Time? The 74, May 20, 2023

What It’s Like Teaching Through a Youth Mental Health Crisis Education Week, May 15, 2023

A New Road Map for Education’s Future Education Week, April 26, 2023

Where’s the Affirming Vision for Public Education? AASA, February 1, 2023

The culture wars have come to the classroom. Now what?, November 3, 2022

Why Principals Must Focus on SEL, School Climate Right Now Education Week, June 30, 2022

Ignoring Racism in Schools Actually Increases Prejudice Education Week, March 29, 2022

We need to talk about race and racism in our schools. It’s unfair to all children to do otherwise. The Topeka Capital Journal, November 26, 2021

Here’s How We Can Make Sure Every Latino Student Feels Like They Belong EdPost, October 14, 2021

Why High School SEL Programs Feel ‘Lame’—and How to Fix Them Education Week, October 12, 2021

Equitably expanding dual enrollment: A proven method to increase college success District Administration, May 24, 2021

On Brown v. Board anniversary, white Americans must still wrestle with legacy of racism USA TODAY, May 17, 2021

How Do You Measure a Year? How States Should Assess Student Learning in a Pandemic The74, March 8, 2021

3 Ways to Address Risky State Assessments in 2021 EdNote, January 21, 2021