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The Future of Smart: Episode 16

Podcast host Dr. Ulcca Joshi Hansen talks with Gislaine Ngounou, former interim president and CEO of Nellie Mae Education Foundation, about personal experiences that shape her perspectives on philanthropy and education.

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January 2020

Teaming Up For Advocacy: How To Effectively Use A Collaborative To Drive Change

 
GrantCraft
January 2020

The Afterschool Leadership Landscape: Supporting and Strengthening Racial Equity

National Afterschool Association
January 2020

State Financial Aid Barriers for Students Impacted by the Justice System

Education Commission of the States
January 2020

Investing in the Birth-to-Three Workforce: A New Vision to Strengthen the Foundation for All Learning

Bank Street College
January 2020

Supporting the Mental Health Well-Being of High School Students

This report describes how students perceive access to mental health services in school. The report—the second in a series on student safety—offers recommendations for policymakers to address issues students identified regarding access to and awareness of mental health services, particularly for students in rural areas and students of color.

ACT Center for Equity in Learning
January 2020

Inequities in Advanced Coursework

In this new brief, the Education Trust looks at ways Black and Latino students are locked out of advanced coursework opportunities, diagnoses the particular types of barriers our school systems put in their way, and offers actionable solutions for state, district, and school leaders.

In some instances, the problem is that Black and Latino students attend a school without any advanced courses; in others, they attend a school that enrolls too few students in advanced coursework overall, or one with inequitable course assignment, meaning Black and Latino students in particular are being denied access to courses. Also, within a particular state, the problems are often different for Black students than Latino students.

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