In One Day magazine, you’ll find reporting, commentary and analysis on key issues in Pre-K-12 education. A diverse range of opinions and experiences are presented to provide insights into the critical work that your fellow alumni and corps members are pursuing.
The print edition is published three times a year, with a digital experience coming in 2015.
"Who's District and Who's Charter?" (Spring 2015)
Computer Science Breaks Through
When the Walls Come Down
For the cover story in our Spring 2015 issue, we look at how six schools—three charter schools and three traditional district schools—have come together in interlocking relationships in Spring Branch, Texas.
Preparing for the College Shock
More black male students are finishing college, but their college completion rates remain the lowest among students of all races and genders. At The Collective, we asked the question: Where do we go from here?
Books Behind Bars
For identical twins Abby and Amy Roza (D.C. Region ’99 and L.A. ’99 respectively), educating inmates is an essential and too often overlooked component of educational justice.
"Real Life in Native Schools" (Fall 2014)
Join the Conversation: @OneDayAllKids Twitter Chat on 6/24!
Join our @OneDayAllKids STEM Twitter chat with a focus on computer science education on Wednesday, June 24 from 8-9pm ET using #OneDaySTEM. The topic of the chat was inspired by this feature in the latest issue of One Day magazine: Computer Science Breaks Through. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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