Alexandria Neason
Alexandria Neason

Alexandria Neason is a fellow for the Teacher Project, an education reporting initiative at Columbia's Graduate School of Journalism. Follow her on Twitter.

Tomorrow’s Test
June 8 2016 5:51 AMHow Hawaiian Came Back From the DeadA legacy of colonialism nearly wiped out the language and its culture. These immersion schools weren’t having it.
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Feb. 23 2016 12:24 PMHillary Clinton Wants to End the School-to-Prison Pipeline. She Should Embrace Restorative Justice.
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Feb. 17 2016 3:14 PMSchools Keep Changing How They Grade Teachers. That’s Bad for Everyone.
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July 13 2015 5:51 AMWhy Are Some Teachers Being Evaluated Using the Test Scores of Kids They Didn’t Teach?
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April 27 2015 4:33 PMCharter Schools’ Latest Innovation: Keeping Teachers Happy
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Feb. 5 2015 10:20 AMAmerican Teachers Might Not Work Such Long Hours After All
Tomorrow’s Test
June 5 2016 8:05 PMThe Color of School ReformAfter Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans fired its mostly black teacher corps. Now its charter schools are trying to convince black educators that there’s a place for them.
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Feb. 19 2016 5:46 PMChronic Absenteeism Is a Huge Problem. The Obama Administration Thinks It Can Fix It.
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Sept. 11 2015 4:18 PMHere, Step by Step, Is How Common Core Transformed One Middle School’s English Classes
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April 30 2015 6:40 PMHow Do You Teach Students About Freddie Gray?
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March 4 2015 12:59 PMHigh-Stakes Testing Has Trickled All the Way Down to Kindergarten
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Dec. 17 2014 12:23 PMWhy Black Teachers Don’t Stay