in the Boston Herald:Public school choice benefits children of all races. But it most helps the families who’ve been worst off. Instead of black families fighting for access to good schools, how about good schools fighting to enroll black families?
In The Boston Herald MATCH’s Michael Goldstein weighs-in on efforts to bring charter schools into the traditional public school fold in MA. And, The Boston Globe writes-up the MATCH Corps, a good example of a new way of doing things fostered by some autonomy.
As if on cue, Goldstein goes wild in the Boston Herald again!
below… He’s baring it all!
Here’s an op-ed by MATCH School founder, off-message Democrat, keen student of Bay State policy and politics, and all-around good guy, Michael Goldstein. From the Boston Herald but not online. He doesn’t brag about his school, but he could. For aficionados only: More Goldstein here and here. Some Charter School Facts Aren’t Taught Boston Herald, […]
Mike Goldstein is an educational polymath and one of the original guestbloggers here and a returner many times since – where he goes wild. But I think fish pics is a first. He took some family time in New England and this picture of a largemouth bass is a pandemic-era trifecta: time outside, smiling kid, […]
I’m off to Massachusetts for the Pan Mass Challenge, an annual fundraiser that is always a highlight of my summer. I ride 192 miles from Sturbridge to Provincetown and raise funds to support the tremendous and life changing work at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. And then I’m taking a break from the blog for a […]
I’m taking a week away from the blog but you will be in good hands with Mike Goldstein. In a throwback to the early days of Eduwonk, it’s Goldstein Gone Wild. He will go wild starting today and running all week, enjoy!
Long time readers know that among the myriad fantastic guest bloggers we’ve been fortunate to host here one stands apart for having the most history – Michael Goldstein. Back in the day we’d check in on Goldstein Gone Wild around the absurdities and the nuance of education policymaking. He founded MATCH, led a variety of […]
Thanks to Andy for inviting me over this week. My name is Mike Goldstein. I work at Match Education in Boston. When Mitt Romney was elected governor, I was on his “transition” team. That meant about 15 of us sat in a room one day, and Romney popped in a for a few minutes to […]