Andrew Rotherham

Co-founder, Bellwether Education

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Co-founder of Bellwether Education, a nonprofit that works to improve outcomes for poor students; education columnist at Time magazine and blogger at Eduwonk; former education official at the state and federal levels

Andrew Rotherham on KCRW

Public nativity scenes and debates about language dominate the culture wars this time of year but, amid the skirmishes over proper greetings and public displays of religious belief,…

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Public nativity scenes and debates about language dominate the culture wars this time of year but, amid the skirmishes over proper greetings and public displays of religious belief,…

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Public nativity scenes and debates about language dominate the culture wars this time of year but, amid the skirmishes over proper greetings and public displays of religious belief,…

The Cost of Ignorance: Teaching Religion in Public Schools

Public nativity scenes and debates about language dominate the culture wars this time of year but, amid the skirmishes over proper greetings and public displays of religious belief,…

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