Jeff Coplon

  1. New York State Has the Most-Segregated Schools in the NationPark Slope Collegiate was determined not to be one of them.
  2. The Patron Saint (and Scourge) of Lost SchoolsEva Moskowitz, the controversial leader of the fastest-growing charter network in the city, wants to save New York public education by, in a sen […]
  3. Five-Year-Olds at the GateWhy are Manhattan’s elementary schools turning away kindergartners? How the Bloomberg administration missed the baby boom it helped create.
  4. PrecedentsSotomayor’s original intent.
  5. Hiding in Plain SightFor an undocumented family, life in a sanctuary city is feeling less safe all the time.
  6. Empty Cab TheoryA Wall Street driver and the trickle-down of misfortune.
  7. Absolutely, Positively the Worst Team in the History of Professional SportsA eulogy for Isiah Thomas’s New York Knickerbockers.
  8. How Race Is Lived in AmericaGerald Boyd was the Jackie Robinson of the New York Times. He dreamed of going all the way to the top. He got close. Then he took a tr […]
  9. NEST+m: An AllegoryThe “Stuyvesant of the East” has become one of the most sought-after public schools in the city. It got that way by leaving much of the public out.
  10. The Tipping of Jefferson AvenueOn a single street, brownstone by brownstone, gentrification and race are colliding, making Bed-Stuy locals wonder what kind of block will be le […]