by Ernesto Cortes
I Used to Think…And Now I Think… Edited by Richard Elmore. Cambridge: Harvard Education Press. 2011.
Quality Education as a Civil Right: Reflections
Quality Education as a Constitutional Right: Creating a Grassroots Movement to Transform Public Schools. Edited by Theresa Perry, Robert Moses, Joan Wynne, Ernesto Cortes, Jr. and Lisa Delpit. Boston: Beacon Press. 2011. Review by the New England Journal of Higher Education.
Training and Immigration in the Real World
Human Resource Economics & Public Policy: Essays in Honor of Vernon Briggs, Jr. Edited by Charles Whalen. Kalamazoo, Michigan: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. 2010.
On the Power of Education and Community Action
Latinos and the Nation’s Future. By Henry C. Cisneros. Houston, Texas: Arte Publico Press. 2009.
Faith, Charity and Justice
The American Prospect, May 2007.
Toward a Democratic Culture
Kettering Review, vol. 24, no.1, Spring 2006.
Habits of Democracy
Texas Observer, November 17, 2006.
Justice at the Gates of the City: A Model of Shared Prosperity
Back to Shared Prosperity: the Growing Inequality of Wealth and Income in America
Edited by Ray Marshall, Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe. 1999.
Reweaving the Social Fabric
Boston Review, June – Sept. 1994.
INTERVIEWS / DISCUSSIONS
Interview with Professor Norm Glickman on the eve of his receipt of a Rutgers University Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree (2011).
Roundtable discussion on rebuilding the economy, hosted by The Aspen Institute (2011).
“Powerlessness Corrupts”, Tavis Smiley Show (2012)