Dana Goldstein is a Puffin Foundation writing fellow at The Nation Institute and a Schwartz Fellow at the New America Foundation. Her writing on education, women's issues, public health, and American politics has appeared in The Daily Beast, The American Prospect, The Nation, the Washington Post, The New Republic, Slate and BusinessWeek. You can follow her work at www.danagoldstein.net. Her book, The Teacher Wars, will be out next fall.
Just in time for Passover, a difficult but necessary intergenerational conversation about Israel's occupation of the Palestinian territories.
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Bill Gates and Wendy Kopp agree: the volatile data reports unfairly shame teachers.
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