Dana Goldstein

The Marshall Project

Guest

Staff writer at the Marshall Project; former reporter covering education at The Atlantic magazine and a fellow at the Nation Institute; author of The Teacher Wars: A History of America's Most Embattled Profession

Dana Goldstein on KCRW

America's "failing education system" has become a cliché of contemporary journalism — and it's most often blamed on the teachers.

The Most Noble Profession of Teaching Is Now the Most Embattled

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If a teacher has strong job security, is that better or worse for students in the long run?

Teacher Tenure: Good or Bad for Students?

If a teacher has strong job security, is that better or worse for students in the long run?

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No institution is more important to the US economy—or America’s role in the world—than public education. But no profession is more of a battlefield than public school teaching.

The Most Noble Profession of Teaching is Now the Most Embattled

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