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Articles from Education Next (September 22, 2020)

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"THE 1619 PROJECT ENTERS AMERICAN CLASSROOMS Adding new sizzle: to education about slavery--but at a significant cost. Riley, Naomi Schaefer 5481
"This Is Going to Be the Hardest Fall We've Had Maybe in the Modern History of Education": Silicon Schools CEO on how schools can make a high-quality jump to distance learning. Greenberg, Brian 1359
A Metaphorical Punch in the Nose: At 90,Thomas Sowell reminds charter schools how to fight. And why. Sowell, Thomas 1243
Did America's Schools Rise to the Coronavirus Challenge? 3003
Homeschool Happens Everywhere: LESS FORMAL INSTRUCTION, BUT MORE FAMILY AND COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES. Hamlin, Daniel 2264
How the Coronavirus Crisis May Improve Teacher Quality: Recession Hiring Boosts Teacher Quality and Student Learning. West, R. Martin; Nagler, Markus; Piopiunik, Marc 3401
If Many More Private Schools Close, All Schools Will Suffer. West, Martin 865
IN PANDEMIC, PRIVATE SCHOOLS FACE PERIL: Policy choices may help to preserve options for families. Squire, Juliet 3315
In Supreme Court Case, a Far-Reaching Win for Religious-School Parents: Espinoza v. Montana may pave way for more direct funding of religious schools. Dunn, Joshua 931
REOPENING RESILIENT SCHOOLS: With a hybrid learning model and proper safeguards, schools can successfully open. Bailey, John 4880
Teachers Unions in the Post-Janus World: DEFYING PREDICTIONS, THEY STILL HOLD MAJOR CLOUT. Disalvo, Daniel; Hartney, Michael 4167
The Costs of Cutting School Spending Lessons from the Great Recession. KiraboJackson, C.; Wigger, Cora; Xiong, Heyu 3197
The Education of Bernard Bailyn: A youthful, parent-encouraged "addiction" to reading launched a scholarly career. Bailyn, Bernard Book review 1553
The Finlandization of New Orleans: Learning from the Big Easys success story is not so easy. Harris, Douglas N. Book review 1926
The New Accountability Assignment: Post-Covid, judge schools based on what they ask students to read, write, and do, in addition to how much students learn. Petrilli, Michael J. 1226

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