Halley Potter is a fellow at The Century Foundation, where she researches public policy solutions for addressing educational inequality. Her work focuses on school integration, charter schools, and college access. She is coauthor, with Richard D. Kahlenberg, of Diverse Charter Schools: Can Racial and Socioeconomic Integration Promote Better Outcomes for Students? (The Century Foundation, 2012). Before joining The Century Foundation, Halley taught at Two Rivers Public Charter School in northeast Washington, DC. She graduated summa cum laude from Yale University with a bachelor’s degree in religious studies.