Jeff Bryant is a writing fellow and chief correspondent for Our Schools. He is a communications consultant, freelance writer, advocacy journalist, and director of the Education Opportunity Network.
Jeff Bryant is a writing fellow and chief correspondent for Our Schools. He is a communications consultant, freelance writer, advocacy journalist, and director of the Education Opportunity Network, a strategy and messaging center for progressive education policy. His award-winning commentary and reporting routinely appear in prominent online news outlets, and he speaks frequently at national events about public education policy. Follow him on Twitter @jeffbcdm.
At the annual Netroots Nation gathering, progressives are told to lift up the values and villains of public education.
Even in Republican-led states, voucher programs are getting pushback.
For years, charter schools have gotten away with wasting billions in federal funding, but a wave of new proposals would end the grift.
By emphasizing communication and trust-building, they offer a solution for repairing the frayed relationship between parents and schools.
Much of the blame lies with an education reform movement that has exhorted schools to operate more like businesses and mimic corporate hiring processes.
“Families’ Perceptions of Corporate Influence in Career and Technical Education Through Data Extraction” by Velislava Hillman and Jeff Bryant. April 4, 2022. Learning, Media and Technology.
Jeff Bryant’s reporting on charter schools featured in new Private Equity Stakeholder Project report.
Our Schools’ Jeff Bryant in radio interview on charter schools fight in West Virginia.
Jeff Bryant reports on bringing the community into education.