In the News

In the News

In the News

Fulton school board names Zeff interim superintendent

May 4, 2015

Broad Residency alumnus Kenneth Zeff is named interim superintendent of Fulton County Schools.

San Jose Unified rethinks classroom design to close opportunity gap

Apr 28, 2015

Broad Residency alumna Rupa Gupta discusses San Jose Unified School District’s approach to closing the opportunity gap.

In Depth: Jake House, Citizen Schools of North Carolina

Apr 28, 2015

Time Warner Cable News’ Andrew Sorensen talks with Broad Residency alumnus and Executive Director of Citizen Schools of North Carolina, Jake House.

How Intrinsic Schools is Breaking the Laws of School Innovation

Mar 17, 2015

Broad Residency alumnus Alex Hernandez opines about Intrinsic Schools, founded by Broad Residency alumna Melissa Zaikos.

Why Do Some Schools Get More Than Others?

Mar 17, 2015

Broad Residency alumnus Victor De La Paz discusses the variation in funding between and across New Haven Public Schools.

Q&A with ASD’s Elliot Smalley, Part 1

Jan 30, 2015

Q&A featuring Broad Residency alumnus Elliot Smalley

We Must All Be the Next MLK

Jan 9, 2015

By Broad Residency alum Alex Hernandez

Day of Judgment Draws Near for New Jersey’s New Teacher-Evaluation System

Dec 17, 2014

Broad Residency alumnus Peter Shulman discusses New Jersey’s new teacher-evaluation system.

To See if Your Work Has Purpose Ask Yourself A Simple Question

Jun 27, 2014

Broad Alumnus Victor De La Paz on why he left corporate America to pursue a career in public service.

Broad Alumnus Ash Solar and Teacher-Specific Hiring Fairs

Jun 17, 2014

Ash Solar talks about the Achievement School District’s first neighborhood specific teacher-hiring fair.

Broad Alumnus Victor De La Paz Selected as New Haven’s CFO

Apr 30, 2014

Victor will be making the move from Baltimore City Public Schools to take on the CFO role at New Haven Public Schools in Connecticut.

Residency Alumnus Parker Hudnut on Receiving Grants for Kids Health

Apr 21, 2014

ICEF CEO and Residency alumnus Parker Hudnut talks about the importance of the grant and how his schools plan to use the funds. The $845,000 grant was awarded by the U.S Department of Education.

Residency Alumnus Neerav Kingsland on Supporting School Options

Apr 17, 2014

Neerav Kingsland states that public charter schools provide families with viable school options.

Noble Network’s “The Robot” on Predicting College Acceptance and Success

Apr 3, 2014

Broad Residency alumnus and Noble’s Chief College Officer, Matt Niksch, discusses how the schools use this technology to help students.

First Blackstone Valley Prep high school set to open in Cumberland

Mar 20, 2014

The article quotes Blackstone Valley Prep executive director and Broad alumnus Jeremy Chiappetta. “The vision for the BVP high school is for it to be a center of 21st-century learning so that our scholars leave for college with the skills and knowledge they need to be successful in a world that demands they can learn and adapt in increasingly complex environments.”