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“Stop Talking To The Press” About UWS School Integration Plan, Advises Former Daily Show Correspondent
That's advice from former "Daily Show" correspondent Jason Jones, quoted on WNYC (Advice from Jason Jones to Upper West Side Parents: Don't Talk to the Press), telling fellow parents to [...]
Above: Overview of 12 Slate stories from "Tomorrow's Test" series this week. These past few weeks and months have included a number of ambitious, multipart education series: *The WNYC series [...]
This week's announcement that former Obama Administration education official Jim Shelton (above right) was going to head the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) provides a great example to look at how different [...]