Superintendent of Boston Public Schools Tommy Chang (TBA 2014-2015) makes the case for bilingual education.
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F. Nana Ofosu-Amaah (TBR 2009-2011) and Chris Cerf (TBA 2004) explain how Newark Public Schools works to connect parents and caregivers to their child’s educational process.
Vincent Matthews (TBA 2006), superintendent of San Francisco Unified School District, unveiled a detailed, expansive plan to boost outcomes of Black students and help them feel a sense of safety and belonging in the city’s schools.
A local resident makes the case that Camden City School District Superintendent Paymon Rouhanifard (TBA 2015-2016) is the district’s best superintendent in the past 20 years.
As former superintendent of the Louisiana Recovery School District, Patrick Dobard (TBA 2013-2014) may know better than anyone about the need for strong teacher supports in New Orleans. Now CEO of New Schools for New Orleans, Patrick shares his thoughts about the importance of a new federal grant to provide those supports.
In an opinion piece, Superintendent Tom Boasberg (TBA 2009) explains Denver Public Schools’ recent results and how the data from the school performance framework informs efforts to ensure every child succeeds.
This editorial makes the case for the strategic approach to improving Rochester City School District by Superintendent Barbara Deane-Williams (TBA 2014-2015).
Superintendent Pedro Martinez’s (TBA 2009) vision for San Antonio Independent School District to increase the number of graduates enrolling in and completing college has been inspired by similar work at Broad Residency partner KIPP San Antonio.
Aarti Dhupelia (TBR 2007-2009) tells the Chicago Sun-Times about how National Louis University’s Pathways program is helping play a bigger role in the college completion challenge for Chicagoland’s low-income, urban students.
Under the leadership of Superintendent Cade Brumley (TBA 2016-2017), DeSoto Parish Public Schools has maintained its ‘A’ rating for a second year and improved in the state rankings from 45th to 9th.
Camden City School District superintendent Paymon Rouhanifard (TBA 2015-2016) co-authors an opinion piece calling on the state’s congressional delegation to act on behalf of the city’s recipients of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
Jack Elsey (TBR 2010-2012), executive director of Detroit Children’s Fund, describes a new $1.3 million program to develop school leadership teams in the city.
In an article about Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, The Broad Center’s executive director, Becca Bracy Knight, tells La Opinión that it is time for Congress to stop playing political games and do the right thing for our Dreamers and our country.
Assistant superintendent Akeshia Craven-Howell (TBR 2006-2008) explains how Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools is taking specific steps to engage the city’s Hispanic community to help them understand the range of specialized magnet-school options that are available to them in the district.
Fifty-five school system leaders who are all members of The Broad Center network, including Alisha T. Morgan (TBA 2014-2015) and Robert Avossa (TBA 2011), signed a letter to Congress urging them to take swift action to provide comprehensive, permanent stability for young people with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals status.