7. The Washington Post
— " ... the results are uniformly encouraging. ... [This] simple idea, the critical elements of which already have been proven, really does have the potential of transforming school systems - not just in the nation's capital but across America."
— "... hard-pressed teachers get free tutorial help for students who need it most, and the low-performing students may find themselves nudged back into the academic mainstream."
— "According to [the classroom teacher], the second-grade youngsters assigned to the program because of their low test scores, improved a year or more in reading and math after just one semester's participation. The reason? The tutors are able to provide what most public school teachers cannot: one-on-one time with individual students."
— "But the [National Education Project] approach, if it catches on, could mark the most important start in 20 years on a problem that has confounded the experts and made pessimists of us all."
Articles and essays describing the National Education Project have also been published in the following newspapers and magazines:
- Baltimore Evening Sun
- Houston Chronicle
- The Miami Herald
- The New York Times
- Presstime (The Newspaper Association of America)
- The Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
- San Antonio Express-News