The education scholar speaks with Michael E. Hartmann about “big-R” and “little-r” reform, “big-P” and “little-p” philanthropy, school choice, and an “ivory tower of our own.”
The education scholar speaks with Michael E. Hartmann about teaching, his early career, public-sector reform, and private-sector philanthropy.
A good way to think about it.
And her response to those who consider it a device for “social control.”
Examining whether “thoughts and prayers” substitute for or complement material help.
“Presentism” (over-)confidently relies on mere dots.
A role reversal, and its own grand renewal.
You may have missed it.
Those who care about the sector should be a little unsettled.
The Madison Initiative director talks about Congress, the initiative’s grantees, and “philanthropic pluralism.”