Dana’s Goldstein’s engrossing book on the embattled profession of teaching in America was a New York Times best seller and a 2014 New York Times Notable Book. Dana is a staff writer at The Marshall Project and a contributor to Slate and the Atlantic. Her work has been awarded a Schwartz Fellowship from the New America Foundation, a Spencer Fellowship from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, and a Puffin Fellowship from the Nation Institute. She graduated from Brown University and lives in Brooklyn.
A sweeping look at how public education and the teaching profession have evolved and where we may be headed—including hot-button topics, such as standardized testing.
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