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Read the latest news articles and press releases about Bellwether below.

Kelly Robson

Looking at Georgia’s student enrollment and test score data, funders need to focus on the communities outside of metro Atlanta if they want to improve education for a lot of high-need kids.

Chad Aldeman
Bonnie O'Keefe

A deep and persistent minority achievement gap is one of the most urgent problems facing Boston Public Schools, as the city welcomes a school superintendent who oversaw Minnesota schools plagued by chronic poor academic performance.

Brandon Lewis

Gwinnett County, the second most populous county in the state of Georgia, recently made history when it elected its youngest and first school board member of color in 2018. Gwinnett has a diverse student population, and more than 50 percent of students are students of color. Why has that level of diversity not been reflected in the local school board?

Chad ` Aldeman

Teachers are relatively risk-averse compared to other professionals, but the pension plans covering 90 percent of teachers are taking substantial risks on their behalf. In fact, that risk-taking behavior by teacher pension plans has the potential to harm individual teachers and the teaching profession writ large. 

Sara Mead

Community colleges play a key role educating early childhood workers.

Andrew J. Rotherham

This week, Bellwether’s Andrew J. Rotherham calls discussions about ESSA from our nation’s governors and ideas for progress on guns. But we want to hear about the broader crises affecting too many of our nation’s young people as well.

Andrew J. Rotherham

We desperately need a new approach to the national gun debate.

Sara Mead

A Trump proposal to punish immigrants who send their U.S.-born children to Head Start is deeply troubling.

Sara Mead

Providing free menstrual products in middle-school bathrooms is both easy and common sense.

Sara Mead

Should preschool teachers be required to have college degrees? It's a more complex question than you think.

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