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Name  Alexander Russo
Role  Writer
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Parents  William Russo, Jeremy Warburg
Siblings  Condee Nast Russo, Camille Russo, Whitney C. Schildgen
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Alexander William Warburg Russo is a freelance education writer whose blog, This Week In Education, was named one of the best education blogs by the Washington Post for 2010. He is also a Spencer Fellow at the Journalism School of Columbia University.


Personal life

He is the son of American jazz composer William Russo and his second wife, Jeremy Warburg. His mother is a granddaughter of Vanity Fair publisher Conde Nast and German-American banker Felix Warburg. He has two half sisters, Camille Russo and Whitney Schildgen, and a full sister, Condee Nast Russo.


Russo is the editor of the 2004 volume School Reform In Chicago (Harvard Education Press) and the author of Stray Dogs, Saints, and Saviors (Jossey-Bass), a nonfiction account of the effort by Steve Barr and Green Dot Public Schools to revamp Locke High School, featured in the May 2009 New Yorker article "The Instigator".


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