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Volume 25, Number 5
September/October 2009

Urgent Lessons from Unexpected Schools

An Interview with Karin Chenoweth

 

Science lesson at PS 124 Queens (Molly Roberts)

In her 2007 book, It’s Being Done": Academic Success in Unexpected Schools, former Washington Post columnist and Education Trust senior writer Karin Chenoweth used a strict set of criteria to identify fifteen schools with challenging student demographics that were nonetheless achieving academically. In her new book, How It’s Being Done: Urgent Lessons from Unexpected Schools, Chenoweth visits eight new schools with a significant number of low-income students and students of color and reveals just how these educators are achieving their success.

This is an excerpt from the Harvard Education Letter. Subscribers can click here to continue reading this article.

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