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The Future of Smart: Episode 28

Dr. Temple Lovelace, executive director of Assessment for Good, and Dr. Susan Lyons, co-founder and executive director of Women in Measurement, join The Future of Smart podcast to talk about thinking differently about measurement and systems of learning and education.

Grantmakers for Education

Afterschool and Summer Workforce Solutions Database

Grantmakers for Education and Partners

New Data on Racial Justice Grants Should Alarm—and Motivate—Education Philanthropy

Stanford Social Innovation Review





December 2023

Navigating the Artificial Intelligence Revolution in Schools

AI, like all technology, is neither inherently good nor bad; what matters is how it’s deployed. And the research for this report suggests that the most effective way to use artificial intelligence in schools is as a tool that supports rather than supplants educators.

December 2023

A Common Agenda: How Three Communities Overcame Societal Tumult to Create Educational Equity Agendas

This report tells a story about the power of community-led, community-driven change, detailing how three communities produced a shared education equity agenda. EdFunders Executive Director Nicole Rodriguez Leach contributed the foreword highlighting the learnings for education philanthropy.

The Harwood Institute
December 2023

Across the Aisle: Bridging the Education Divide

This survey captures insights from parents and voters on a variety of education issues ranging from career readiness, student mental health, childhood literacy, school choice, parental involvement in education, and more. Funded by Carnegie Corporation of New York.

The Hunt Institute and Carnegie Corporation of New York
December 2023

The Economic Value of a Postsecondary Education: State Profiles

These state profiles show the economic benefit of additional postsecondary graduates in each state. This research bolsters advocacy efforts aimed at reducing the cost of college by quantifying the long-term gains to state economies of producing more postsecondary graduates. 

National College Attainment Network (NCAN)
December 2023

Opportunities Denied: High-Achieving Black and Latino Students Lack Access to Advanced Math

This brief explores differences in patterns of math course enrollment for high school students.

The Education Trust and Just Equations
December 2023

After Everything: Projections of Jobs, Education, and Training Requirements Through 2031

The report includes a national overview of job projections and their educational requirements across industries, occupational clusters, and detailed occupational groups. These latest projections demonstrate the central role postsecondary education plays in preparing the workforce of the future.

Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce

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