Every state serious about improving outcomes for high school and college students should replicate the lessons learned from Delaware’s College Success Report.
The time is now for policymakers to take a bold and comprehensive approach to K-12 education.
States must take legislative action in order to ensure that the coursework to receive a high school diploma is the same for college admissions eligibility.
From teacher pay to school infrastructure to workforce readiness, new governors should move quickly to advance key education priorities in their states.
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.
America’s high school students need a rich and varied curriculum in order to be successful in high school, college, and beyond.
Advancing state and local policy discussions about developing accountability systems for alternative high schools.
Getting high school students to and through college requires K-12 school systems to invest more in comprehensive college preparation efforts.
A 50-state review of high school graduation requirements shows misalignment between the coursework necessary to receive a high school diploma and to be eligible for college admissions.
A progressive education policy agenda should focus on putting economic mobility and opportunity within reach for all.
States can help innovative educators develop engaging and effective high schools through targeted flexibility, updates, and support.