Francesca Berardi
Francesca Berardi

Francesca Berardi is a reporting fellow at the Teacher Project and the author of Detour in Detroit. Her work examines urban inequality, the economics of race, and immigration policies.

Education
Nov. 30 2017 9:05 AMThe Best Child Care Money Can BuyWhat does a program that costs more than $40,000 a year get your 2-year-old?
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May 24 2017 5:50 AMTake These Students, PleaseSchools across the country are pursuing an extreme form of online learning: It’s all their struggling students do.
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March 8 2017 5:50 AM“That Place Was Like a Prison”Camelot Education takes the students public schools have given up on. But the for-profit company’s approach to discipline has led to allegations of aggression and abuse.
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May 24 2017 9:00 AMBottom of the ClassSchools have countless choices for online courses. Here are some of the worst.
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March 29 2017 5:55 AMCamelot Under SiegeFollowing allegations of student abuse, several cities are questioning their relationships with Camelot Education, a for-profit manager of alternative schools.
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Dec. 6 2016 5:14 PMFree. Effective. And Underenrolled.Why is Head Start, the federal government’s ambitious program for young kids, struggling to fill all of its seats?