To ensure safe and healthy learning environments, policymakers and schools must invest in evidence-based solutions—not reactionary spending that only makes the public feel safer.
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Through organizing, lifting up community voices, improving curricula, and investing in effective leadership, community schools can realize their potential and grow to scale.
Children, particularly those of school age, have experienced pain and trauma as a result of Trump’s rhetoric and the immigration policies it begets.
Following the 2018 midterm elections, there are multiple opportunities to reverse the growth of private school voucher programs.
Denver Public Schools’ Tiered Support Framework is a boon for all district schools while helping those with the greatest needs outpace similar schools across the state.
A new school enrollment and application process could help ensure students are matched with the schools they choose.
A centralized enrollment system with a fair, transparent algorithm helps families navigate public school choice options and is more efficient for schools and districts.
Past school finance ligation shows that future reform must focus on the quality of education.
In the 2018 midterms, education was a key issue in many state-level races, as some pro-education candidates won races and a number of education-related ballot measures were approved.
Communities across the country are redesigning their high schools to better engage students and prepare them for success in college and the workforce.
Policymakers must reimagine instruction and school structures to reflect the latest science of learning.
This November, voters in at least 35 states will have the chance to accept or reject roughly 150 education policy and funding questions in the form of ballot measures.
For-profit virtual charter schools consistently underperform other public schools. Available financial records demonstrate that large for-profit virtual charter school operators allocate public dollars toward advertising, executive compensation, lobbying, and profit at the expense of instruction.
States and the federal government must reverse a decade of disinvestment and give students and teachers the resources they need to be successful.
CAP director of standards and accountability Laura Jimenez testified before the Council of the District of Columbia on education reform.