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The Future of Smart: Episode 7
Podcast host Ulcca Joshi Hansen speaks with Jaime Casap, venture mentor at Coplex and former Google education evangelist, about the future of work in a digitized, technology-driven world.
Leadership Transition at Grantmakers for Education
New Trends in Philanthropy to Support Racial Equity and Learners of Color
Elevating School Leadership in State Policy
The Policy Brief examines recent state actions to support school leaders, including legislative examples from 13 states. To address the changing roles of school leaders, states are enacting legislation to strengthen the candidate pipeline and ensure school leaders are represented in the policymaking process.
Understanding Teacher Compensation: A State-by-State Analysis
Offering competitive teacher compensation is an important part of the puzzle to recruiting and retaining a strong and diverse teacher workforce. This brief provides a state-by-state analysis of three public school teacher wage indicators.
Imperfect Attendance: Toward a fairer measure of student absenteeism
The need to understand how schools can improve student attendance has never been greater. This study breaks new ground by examining high schools’ contributions to attendance after accounting for individual students’ prior absenteeism and other observable characteristics—that is, their “attendance value-added.”
Leaning In: The New Power of Parents in Public Education
This report examines the rise of the new generation of activist parent organizations in public education, the people behind the movement, and its consequences for education policy and policymakers. Includes a legislative tracker to follow the parents’ rights bills moving through state legislatures.
Attainment for All: Postsecondary Pathways - Centering Equity in Wraparound Student Services
This second of three briefs examines the importance of wraparound services that provide equitable support to postsecondary students.
Evidence Brief – Ideal Learning Environments for Young Children
This brief shares key principles for equitable learning environments that begin with a fundamental commitment to equity, and align closely with developmental research, practice and implementation. Also find more than 200 cited research articles supporting the urgency of investing early in young children.
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