Paul Tough

Paul Tough is the author of How Children Succeed: Grit, Curiosity, and the Hidden Power of Character and Whatever It Takes: Geoffrey Canada’s Quest To Change Harlem and America. He is a contributing writer to the New York Times Magazine and a speaker on various topics including education, poverty, parenting, and politics.

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Sept. 5 2012 10:43 AMHow Children SucceedWhich matters more, cognitive ability or motivation?
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Sept. 26 2008 10:23 AMFreaks and Cheats
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Sept. 23 2008 9:13 AMLocke High: The Real Charter Challenge
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Sept. 18 2008 10:08 PMMore on Attrition
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Sept. 17 2008 11:00 AMNo-Excuses Middle Schools?
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Sept. 12 2008 2:12 PMThe Zone
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Sept. 10 2008 10:27 AMObama Speaks
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Sept. 9 2008 12:39 PMThe View From the U.K.
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Sept. 8 2008 12:36 PMNuclear Option
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Sept. 5 2008 1:56 PMTeaching Limits
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Sept. 4 2008 3:17 PMDenver Nuggets
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Sept. 4 2008 11:06 AMThe Bonus Lottery
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Sept. 2 2008 11:52 AMAll About Teachers
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Sept. 29 2008 9:59 AMReplication
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Sept. 24 2008 9:12 AMA Charter-School Setback?
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Sept. 22 2008 10:42 AMCheaters
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Sept. 18 2008 2:53 PMThe Attrition Problem
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Sept. 15 2008 10:18 AMGreen Dot
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Sept. 11 2008 12:12 PMThe Divide
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Sept. 10 2008 10:03 AMWhatever It Takes
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Sept. 9 2008 11:16 AMFree the Chicago 1,400
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Sept. 8 2008 10:34 AMTeachers Inverted
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Sept. 5 2008 12:59 PMGeneration Gap
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Sept. 4 2008 1:49 PMCleaning House
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Sept. 3 2008 1:21 PMTeacher Pay, Green and Red, Too
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Sept. 2 2008 11:50 AMWelcome to the Blog