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The Future of Smart: Episode 22
In this special episode, civil rights icon Dr. Bernard Lafayette, Jr., and LaShawn Routé Chatmon, executive director of the National Equity Project, explore lessons from the civil rights movement and their relevance to today.
Grantmakers for Education's Top 10 of 2023
Leaders and Champions: The Role of Funders in Strategic Public Financing
College Is a Net Positive for Black Students in Florida
This research brief examines 96,710 Black Florida high school students who took the SAT between 2004 and 2010. The findings show clear and compelling advantages associated with college attendance that not only benefit Black students, but the state of Florida as well.
Portrait of a Thriving Youth
Drawing on 40 years of interdisciplinary research about the science of adolescence, the Portrait of a Thriving Youth describes what optimal development looks like during this important period of development.
Why Rural Matters 2023: Centering Equity and Opportunity
Many rural communities are facing multiple crises in terms of educational loss and more. This report looks at how educational supports and resources for student well-being are being distributed, casting light on which of our rural children are most in need of additional support.
Testing the Waters: Insights into Parent Perspectives on Through-Year Assessment Implementation
What if instead of a single, longer test at the end of the year, state tests were embedded throughout the school year? Several states are implementing or exploring this idea of “through-year” assessments.
Americans' Views on Change and Collaboration
New research into attitudes on collaboration finds people think positive change is possible through compromise. And they believe philanthropy can play a unifying role.
Education Governance Dashboard
This dashboard provides up to date on governance models and structures throughout early learning, K-12 and postsecondary education across all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
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