Claudio Sanchez

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Bilingual Education Returns To California. Now What?

Friday, November 25, 2016

Eighteen years after California voters severely restricted bilingual education, they've voted to bring it back. Proposition 58 passed by a wide margin. But what happens next won't be easy.


Donald Trump Picks A Republican Activist As Education Secretary

Thursday, November 24, 2016

The choice of Betsy DeVos signals intentions to make school choice a major piece of Trump's education agenda, which could include a voucher plan to help send children to private and parochial schools.


Tougher Times For Latino Students? History Says They've Never Had It Easy

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Despite a lot of rhetoric, decades have passed — and administrations have come and gone — with little progress in educating language-minority students.


'Invisible' Children: Raised In The U.S., Now Struggling In Mexico

Sunday, November 13, 2016

A growing number of U.S.-born children are returning to Mexico with their parents and struggling in school because they don't read or write in Spanish. Reseachers say the problem is growing.


Here's What Students Are Saying About The Election Results

Wednesday, November 09, 2016

Reaction to Donald Trump's victory was emotional for many students. Here's what they had to say at SciTech High in Harrisburg, Pa., and Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School in Berkley, Calif.


A Vote For California Prop 58 Lifts Bilingual Education Ban

Saturday, October 29, 2016

Nearly two decades after California banned bilingual education, voters this November 8 will have a chance to restore it, allowing schools to teach students in their native language as well as English.


The Return Of Bilingual Education In California?

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

In 1998, California became the first state to ban bilingual education. For nearly 20 years English-only instruction has been the norm. Proposition 58 could change that.


How We Teach English Learners: 3 Basic Approaches

Sunday, October 23, 2016

U.S. schools are scrambling to teach millions of students who don't speak English. That means more program options and better services. Here's a look at the three most common approaches.


Latino Students: A Portrait In Numbers

Saturday, October 08, 2016

A new report offers a fascinating snapshot of the fastest-growing group of U.S. students. It's data that educators and policy-makers should take seriously.


How Native Students Can Succeed In College: 'Be As Tough As The Land That Made You'

Monday, September 26, 2016

Native Americans make up less than 1 percent of students in college. Many say they feel invisible, without access to elite campuses. One program helps them leverage their heritage and identity.


Research On Tulsa's Head Start Program Finds Lasting Gains

Monday, August 22, 2016

Deborah Phillips at Georgetown University has spent more than a decade studying preschool programs in Oklahoma. Her latest research found strong gains in some areas, but slow progress in others.


Helping College-Bound Native Americans Beat The Odds

Monday, August 15, 2016

Only about half of Native American students graduate from high school, and few go on to college. One program has worked 17 years to change that.


Is The Student Loan Crisis Fact Or Fiction?

Thursday, July 28, 2016

A new book says the student loan crisis is overblown. Author Sandy Baum says we really need to focus on the small portion of borrowers who are really struggling.


Why High School Students Need More Than College Prep

Sunday, July 10, 2016

For nearly 70 years, one of the nation's largest student organizations has hammered home this message - teenagers need job skills whether they're headed to college or not. And students are listening.


After 25 Years, What's Next For Charter Schools?

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Ted Kolderie, often called the "godfather" of the charter school movement, has a new book out. He says the lack of innovation in how teachers teach and students learn is stifling school reform.


A Victory For Affirmative Action, And For Many Colleges A Sigh Of Relief

Thursday, June 23, 2016

By a 4-3 vote, the Supreme Court has upheld the use of race in admissions at the University of Texas at Austin. Much of higher education welcomed the decision.


Let's Take A Ride With A Kentucky School Bus Driver

Wednesday, June 01, 2016

Some people in public education work hidden in plain sight. Here's the story of one man who takes on the role of surrogate parent, teacher and counselor.


Career And Technical Education: Boom Or Bust?

Saturday, May 14, 2016

Vocational education in high schools fell out of favor decades ago. For career and technical education to succeed today, a key researcher says a lot has to change.


Survey Raises Concerns About Non-English Speaking Students

Friday, May 13, 2016

A new survey of school administrators points to growing concerns about the future of non-English speaking students.


Kentucky's Unprecedented Success In School Funding Is On The Line

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

In 1990, Kentucky did something no other state had ever done: It completely changed the way its public schools were governed and funded. Despite big gains, poor districts still struggle to catch up.