Like many rich Americans, I used to think educational investment could heal the country’s ills—but I was wrong. Fighting inequality must come first.
Andrea GaborKey subtext of @NickHauer 's mea culpa: Unaccountable philanthropists who are shaping often-questionable ed policies based on a belief in unfettered markets (incl'g anti-unionism)-- the very ideologies that contrib 2 income inequality, econ instability etc.
Rigorous admission policies don’t have to keep out black students. Look, New York: Here’s how Chicago does it.
Andrea GaborChicago has found a way to integrate its specialized exam schools by dividing the city into socioeconomic tiers. Could it serve as a model for NYC and other cities? My take @bopinion@errollouis