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Conor P. Williams

Conor P. Williams is a fellow at The Century Foundation, where he writes about education, immigration, early education, school choice, and work-life balance challenges for American families. Williams is a regular columnist at the 74 Million. His work has also been published by The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Washington Post, The New Republic, Dissent, Commonweal, The Daily Beast, Talking Points Memo, and elsewhere. Williams began his career as a first grade teacher in Brooklyn, New York. Williams has two children enrolled in a public elementary school in Washington, DC. Find him on Twitter @ConorPWilliams and on Facebook.

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