Dana Goldstein

correspondent for The New York Times covering education

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National correspondent at the New York Times; 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

California’s elementary and middle school students, English learners, and students from low-income backgrounds saw significant learning losses in math and English after more than a…

As kids return to physical classes, how can they recover from pandemic Zoom school?

California’s elementary and middle school students, English learners, and students from low-income backgrounds saw significant learning losses in math and English after more than a…

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Both California and Texas have tens of millions of residents (who are mostly minorities), booming economies, and the large markets for textbook publishers.   
  But one’s a blue…

California and Texas: Same textbooks, different history lessons

Both California and Texas have tens of millions of residents (who are mostly minorities), booming economies, and the large markets for textbook publishers.  But one’s a blue…

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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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