Districts That Succeed: Breaking the Correlation Between Race, Poverty, and Achievement

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About the Author
Karin Chenoweth is the writer-in-residence at The Education Trust, a national education advocacy organization that works to improve the academic achievement of all children, particularly children of color and children who live in poverty. She is author of four books previously published by Harvard Education Press: Schools That Succeed: How Educators Marshal the Power of Systems for Improvement (2017); Getting It Done: Leading Success in Unexpected Schools, coauthored with Christina Theokas (2011); HOW It's Getting Done: Urgent Lessons from Unexpected Schools (2009); and It's Being Done: Academic Success in Unexpected Schools (2007). She is also the creator of the ExtraOrdinary Districts podcast and its pandemic spinoff, ExtraOrdinary Districts in Extraordinary Times. A longtime education writer, she wrote a weekly column on schools and education for the Washington Post for five years and for several years wrote regular posts for Huffington Post and the now-defunct Britannica Blog. She was senior writer and editor at Black Issues In Higher Education (now Diverse); reporter and editorial editor of the now-defunct Montgomery Journal; and a stringer with a byline for UPI reporting from Ankara, Turkey. Her work has appeared in Education Week, Kappan, and Educational Leadership. She graduated from Columbia University's School of Journalism in 1979.