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New Orleans Education Reform: PASS or FAIL?

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Published on Apr 26, 2012

Moderator: Andy Rotherham, co-founder/partner, Bellwether Education Partners and columnist, TIME

Speakers:
• Kristen Buras, assistant professor of urban educational policy, Georgia State University
• Sarah Newell Usdin, founder and CEO, New Schools for New Orleans

What can educators learn from the efforts to rebuild New Orleans schools? Has the city's development of a choice-based, predominantly charter system benefited all children? This forum stems from the Harvard Educational Review Summer 2011 article, Race, Charter Schools, and Conscious Capitalism: On the Spatial Politics of Whiteness as Property (and the Unconscionable Assault on Black New Orleans), and will explore the past five years of education reform efforts in New Orleans.

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