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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

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October 2020

Election 2020: Education Equity on the Ballot

To help voters learn where candidates in key statewide political races in the South and the Presidential race stand on education equity, the Southern Education Foundation (SEF) has produced Election 2020: Education Equity on the Ballot.

Southern Education Foundation
October 2020

Education Resource Equity Toolkit

Based on nationwide polling data, The Alliance for Resource Equity, a partnership between The Education Trust and Education Resource Strategies, has released tools and resources to help education leaders and advocates in your community build common understandings of the issues and how to talk about them.

Alliance for Resource Equity
October 2020

Early Lessons from Schools and Out-of-School Time Programs Implementing Social and Emotional Learning

The most comprehensive study of social and emotional learning implementation to date offers early lessons for schools and out-of-school-time programs on how to carry out high-quality social and emotional learning instruction.

The Wallace Foundation
October 2020

2020 Show Me the Data

State report cards should provide parents and the public with meaningful information about students and schools. But when this resource is missing data, hard to find, or difficult to understand, families and communities are left in the dark.

Data Quality Campaign
October 2020

Supporting teachers in arts integration strategies to foster foundational literacy skills of emergent bilinguals

This article argues that well-designed arts integration can meet a key need of young, linguistically diverse students by providing opportunities for oral language practice across content areas. Experimental evidence that arts-based instruction benefits the speaking skills of EBs is presented; the underlying mechanisms are explored.

University of California, Irvine
September 2020

4 for the Fall: A Blueprint for Supporting the High School Class of 2021

A new “4 for the Fall” guide from NCAN outlines four key steps for district and school leaders, school counselors, teachers, and community partners to take to keep seniors on track for a postsecondary pathway.

Billed as “a blueprint for supporting the high school class of 2021,” the new guide focuses on practices that will be familiar to NCAN members but may have room for growth in many districts and schools.

National College Attainment Network

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