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Jonathan Klein

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Seven weeks later…
Nearly seven weeks have passed since we closed our office doors in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. So much is still unknown, but like many… Read More
We are better together
The challenges facing our communities, our nation, and the world in this moment are extraordinary. Like everyone, we at GO are anticipating that the coming… Read More
A personal update: sharing news about my transition
In the coming months, I’m going to be transitioning out of my role as GO’s CEO. After 20 years of working to support public education… Read More
GO Fresno’s Leadership Transition
A Note from Diego Arambula, GO Fresno’s Executive Director I first started thinking about and working on launching GO Fresno nearly three years ago. From… Read More
Our Voices at the State Capitol
Over the past 10 years, GO’s local networks of families, educators, and community allies have proven over and over again that change is possible when… Read More
GO Public Schools Oakland Leadership Transition
For a decade, GO Public Schools has been a much-needed voice of hope and educational justice in public schools in Oakland. We have accomplished a… Read More
GO CEO Jonathan Klein Delivers Welcome Address at 2017 PIE Network Summit
It’s really awesome to be with you this afternoon and to welcome you all to California and the Bay Area. And thank you for the… Read More
GO Public Schools Statement on 2017 SBAC Results

“For every child and for every family, every school year matters as an opportunity to develop knowledge, skills, and mindsets that students need to thrive. Flat results are unacceptable.

“As we mark the 60th anniversary of the Little Rock Nine this week, these scores are evidence that we are still giving some students less than they deserve.

“California cannot continue to do the same things and expect different results for our students. We must invest more and design learning environments and schools that individualize to meet the unique needs of students so that every child has the support and resources she needs to succeed,” said Jonathan Klein, co-founder and CEO of GO Public Schools.

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