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Philanthropy Catalyzing School-Community Partnerships for Summer Learning: Out-of-School Time Stakeholder Convening
Join the EdFunders Out-of-School Time Impact Group for an ongoing conversation with funders, practitioners and other stakeholders. April 29: School-community partnerships for summer learning.
Quarterly LEAD Impact Group Meeting: 2nd Quarter
These meetings are for Learning, Evaluation and Data (LEAD) Impact Group members. Scheduled from 4:00-5:30 pm ET, the first hour is devoted to programming (either problems of practice or invited speakers), and the last 30 mins is dedicated to impact group business. Our meeting on April 28 will be facilitated as a consultancy in which LEAD members bring problems of...
From Quick Fixes to Sustainable Change: Creating Education Systems that Embrace Relationships, Complexity and Equity
Stakeholders at all levels are becoming increasingly aware of the need to embrace a more complex, humane and diverse future that can help all children (and adults) to flourish. What does policy, practice and leadership look like in this emerging world?
What If Harvard, Howard and Princeton Offered Courses at Every Title I High School in the U.S.?
Former U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and Howard University President Dr. Wayne Frederick will explore the early findings of a promising project where a consortium of elite colleges and universities delivers college credit-bearing courses into Title 1 high school classrooms. The results to date are exciting!
The Future of Education: New Considerations Around Educational Assessment
For too long, we have accepted many aspects of educational assessment as givens. Looking forward, how can we ensure that our assessment practices are more valid, useful and just? Join session four of our Future of Education series.