SESP in the Media: January 2018

SESP in the Media: January 2018

facultyAn ongoing, monthly roundup of appearances in the news media by School of Education and Social Policy faculty, researchers, and our community: 

The Atlantic 

January 23, 2018

A Root Cause of the Teacher-Diversity Problem (cites Diane Schanzenbach and Cynthia DuBois)

The Washington Post

January 20, 2018

Why the Trump administration won’t let Maine ban soda and candy from food stamps (quotes Diane Schanzenbach)


January 12, 2018

Less money for schools after the recession meant lower test scores and graduation rates, study finds (features Kirabo Jackson's research)

Big Ten Network

January 11, 2018

At Northwestern, researchers 'FUSE' fun challenges with STEAM learning (features FUSE program)


January 10, 2018

The way we talk about sexting is failing our teenage girls (features Sara Thomas's research) 

Education Week 

January 9, 2018

In Schools, Classroom Proximity Breeds Teacher Collaboration (features Jim Spillane) 


January 4, 2018

Positive Parenting: Neighborhood crime and kids (quotes Emma Adam) 

The New York Times

January 2, 2018

Teenagers, Stop Asking for Nude Photos (features research by Sara Thomas) 

Additional Coverage: 

Time, 1/19
Quartz 1/10
Dallas News 1/8
WGN-TV (live interview), 1/5
Daily Mail 1/3
CBS News, 1/2
Jezebel, 1/2
Refinery 29 

Peoria Journal-Star

December 18, 2017

Manual class lights FUSE for students (features FUSE program) 

The Washington Post

December 12, 2017

The Best and Worst Education News of 2017 (quotes Kirabo Jackson)  

The 74

December 12, 2017

Forty Years After Court Order, a Louisiana County Is Finally Hiring More Black Teachers (features research by Diane Schanzenbach and Cynthia (CC) DuBois)

By Julie Deardorff
Last Modified: 3/5/18