Writer-in-residence for The Education Trust, Karin Chenoweth is co-author of Getting it Done: Leading Academic Success in Unexpected Schools (Harvard Education Press, 2011), which explores what leaders of successful K-12 public schools have done to promote and sustain student achievement, particularly among low-income students and students of color. Her earlier work for Harvard Education Press includes How It's Being Done: Urgent Lessons from Unexpected Schools and It’s Being Done: Academic Success in Unexpected Schools.

Chenoweth is a long-time reporter and education writer who has written for such publications as American Educator, American Teacher, and Education Week, as well as The Washington Post, where she was a columnist on schools and education. Prior to that, she was senior writer and executive editor of Black Issues In Higher Education (now Diverse).

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