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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.
Funding Out-of-School Time Programs - Now and in the Future
Leaders and Champions: The Role of Funders in Strategic Public Financing
How Did The World’s Highest Performing Education Systems Approach Distance Learning?
Almost all top-performing education systems transitioned to distance learning this year so students could continue learning during coronavirus-related school closures. In a new paper, NCEE summarizes initial takeaways from their experiences, including why top performers were initially better prepared than the U.S. to implement distance learning quickly, how they increased capacity in real time, and how they responded to key distance learning challenges.
Blueprint for Testing: How Schools Should Assess Students During the Covid Crisis
All Hands on Deck: Guidance Regarding Reopening School Buildings
A guide to intentionally planning for school success during COVID-19 and beyond with health, safety, student learning, and equity at the forefront.
50-State Comparison: Teacher Employment Contract Policies
Teacher employment contract policies can impact teacher compensation and benefits, performance evaluations and retention. These are key issues for state policymakers amid growing teacher activism and an emphasis on quality instruction.
2020 State Progress Reports
Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) analysts monitor and report on states’ progress toward six Challenge to Lead 2020 Goals for education, which span early childhood through higher education and the workforce.
Authentic Community Engagement in a Time of Crisis
During the spring of 2020, Grantmakers for Education held four master classes centered around the theme of authentic community engagement. Family voice and community voice are areas of growing interest among education grantmakers. Yet as leaders in positions of privilege, grantmakers must learn together how to navigate power and racial dynamics en route to empowering communities that have been marginalized in the past.
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