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A Dozen Great New Yorker Articles on Education

The New Yorker has made its archives since 2007 (and a few articles from before that) free for the next three months. That includes some great journalism on education — a tour of the biggest debates in K-12 and higher education.

"If you need something to read on your next flight, want a break from beach reading, or are aiming for a better grasp of the American education system before the kids go back to school this fall…here's your summer reading syllabus," said a article.

Among the recommended articles are a profile of Green Dot Charter Schools founder Steve Barr, as well as the tragic story of the Atlanta middle school that got national attention for cheating on standardized tests.

Read the full story.

Article by Celine Provini, Editor

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