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How Can We Learn from Success Without Some Way of Telling Who's Successful?

Karin Chenoweth | Posted 06.18.2015 | Education
Karin Chenoweth

Education has always been a bit of a black box. Before the uniform administration of state assessments, even teachers and schools who were doing truly astounding work were often only known to their students and their students' parents.

Being Successful Means Never Saying You're Satisfied

Karin Chenoweth | Posted 06.19.2015 | Education
Karin Chenoweth

Just to give a sense of scale, only 56 percent of Maryland's fifth-graders -- and only 37 percent of low-income students -- read at an advanced level in 2013. At Chadwick, more than 95 percent of the low-income students read at an advanced level.

The Power to Change Lives

Karin Chenoweth | Posted 06.19.2015 | Impact
Karin Chenoweth

Walking into a school is always an adventure. You're never sure exactly what you'll find. Will you find bored kids, angry teachers, neglected hallways, and overwhelmingly cluttered or barren classrooms? Schools, in other words, that make you despair that schools can help kids prepare for their adult lives.