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Tony Jack

Poor, but Privileged

New faculty member Tony Jack knows first hand what his research revealed: some low-income kids come to college more prepared than others.

Tony Jack

Summer 2017

Battle Over Schools

The Battle Over Charter Schools

How did things become so polarized?

School of their Own

A School of Their Own

How one alum’s new learning center in North Carolina could redefine homeschooling.

Two Rabbits

Two Rabbits and a Hand-Crank MP3

Students help children formally learn in the forest.

Illustration by Melinda Beck

Center-Based Versus Home-Based

How do children attending various types of preschools compare?

Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot

Teach Your Parents Well

How children become their parents' teachers as they grow.

Domonic Rollins

What’s Universal?

New diversity and inclusion officer tackles hard questions around topics like race, gender, and feeling excluded.

Illustration by Melinda Beck

How to Solve for x Multiple Ways

Teaching algebra in more than one way and adding in discussions actually works.

Ethan Smith

Study Skills: Ethan Smith, Ed.M.'17

Sharing unique stories through poetry.

Sneha

The Kids Are All Right

AIE student gives youth in Nepal the chance to express themselves.

The Doctor Is In

The Doctor Is In

How teaming up with pediatricians is helping one professor with her research.