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  • Singapore’s Education – An Insider’s Look

    Singapore is often hailed as one of the most successful school systems in the world. But what lessons, if any, can the U.S. learn from this unique city-state nation? I gave my thoughts on the issue to the teacher's union in San Francisco, UESF, while I was placed there.

  • Presentation of Novato White Paper on Water Availability

    At the end of his year as a Coro Fellow, Andrew worked with the City of Novato, and was the key person for putting together a white paper that looked at water availability for new development. At the conclusion of his project, he presented the information to the Novato City Council. His portion begins about 40 minutes into the video linked.

  • Glimpses of Inequality in the United States

    Written for Geocurrents in 2011 as part of my final year project about the geography of economic inequality.

  • Inequality Trends in South Africa

    Written for Geocurrents in 2011 as part of my final year project about the geography of economic inequality.

  • New Fellowship in Doha

    I was part of a team that helped create a new Stanford in Government fellowship for Stanford students with the Brookings Institution in Doha, Qatar.

  • National Anthems: Forced National Identity?

    For Geocurrents, written in 2011. About the geography of national anthems and when they were last changed and why.

  • Inequality in Japan

    A look at inequality in what is widely considered to be a more egalitarian country: Japan. Written for GeoCurrents, 2011.

  • Global Inequality: Where is it Found?

    General overview of the shift of where global inequality is found. Instead of finding it in between countries, as it has been in the recent past, the main source of global inequality is now within countries. Written for Geocurrents, 2011.