Anybody suffering from pneumonia is going to be pretty poorlyBritish TV star Beadle back in hospital Jan 25, 2008
While the federal government has been driving K-8 education policy, states are leading the way on high school reformStates make progress in high school reform Apr 18, 2007
Every hospital in the United States ought to be taking a look at thisDrug errors most likely in radiology Jan 18, 2006
Levels above me have ordered, yes ORDERED, me to shut down this Web site. They cite that the information contained in these pages violates several Army regulationsU.S. Army shuts down Iraq medic's blog Jan 05, 2005
We shouldn't lower the bar and we shouldn't put off testingStudy: High school exit exams are too easy Jun 09, 2004
Michael Cohen (Ph.D., University of Chicago) is Director of the International Affairs Program at The New School. He also works as Advisor to the Dean of the Faculty of Architecture, Design, and Urban Planning of the University of Buenos Aires.
Before coming to the New School in 2001, he was a Visiting Fellow of the International Center for Advanced Studies at New York University.
From 1972 to 1999, he had a distinguished career at the World Bank. He was responsible for much of the urban policy development of the Bank over that period and, from 1994-1998, he served as the Senior Advisor to the Bank's Vice-President for Environmentally Sustainable Development. He has worked in over fifty countries and was heavily involved in the Bank's work on infrastructure, environment, and sustainable development.