The current K-12 accountability system provides important information for education leaders, but local school communities need access to other timely and useful data to help improve the quality of education each child receives.
A Quality Education for Every Child
The Opportunity and Counseling Corps: Helping K-12 Students and Young Adults Recover From the Coronavirus Crisis
In the Wake of the Coronavirus, We Must Design and Build the Schools We Need—Not Simply Reopen Schools As They Were
Public Education Opportunity Grants
A First 100 Days Agenda for K-12 Education
Community members in Indiana and New Mexico provide context on how Black, Latinx, and Indigenous students should be fully prepared for the future workforce.
A Public Education Opportunity Grants program will make K-12 education more equitable at the local, state, and federal levels.
Student voice must be included at every level of education policymaking to ensure that all students’ needs are being served during and after COVID-19 and that every student has access to a quality education.
Federal legislation must focus on job quality to reduce gaps in education and lead to good jobs.
A growing number of students are enrolling in alternative certification programs for teachers run by operators outside colleges.
This fact sheet outlines the main goals and provisions of the proposed Public Education Opportunity Grants program.
A new CAP study finds that the future success of ninth graders—from high school graduation to college enrollment—is correlated with how they rate the usefulness and engagement of their math and science classes.
Vouchers Over Virus: How the Department of Education Prioritized Private School Vouchers Over Responding to COVID-19
Rather than leveraging the coronavirus to advance private school vouchers, schools need immediate fiscal stabilization and long-term efforts to improve public school choice.
#WeBuildEDU lifts up the voices of educators who are Black, Indigenous, and other non-Black people of color about how we create schools that work for all children.
CAP is embarking on a research effort that focuses on preparing students for civic life and the workforce of the future.
A comprehensive approach to testing and gathering critical student data next year can support all students.
Preparation needs to begin now to ensure that equitable access for all high school students and transparency are at the forefront of plans for advanced coursework in 2021.
A new study finds that investing in education can increase worker salaries and gross domestic product.
Less wealth makes it more difficult for African American parents to get reliable access to the internet and devices for remote learning.