Jamil Modaffari discusses how states should be rethinking their approach to standardized testing in K-12 schools.
Funding for government agencies expires on March 11; rather than pass another stopgap bill, Congress must pass full-year appropriations that adequately support the nation’s priorities and needs.
Jesse O'Connell, the new senior vice president for Education at the Center for American Progress, talks about the opportunities this moment offers to improve early childhood, K-12, and higher education in the United States.
The Center for American Progress is conducting new research that uplifts the lived experiences in public education of Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. This research will advance CAP’s ongoing work to apply an explicit racial equity lens to K-12 education policymaking.
Led by the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, this letter urges members of Congress to co-sponsor the Counseling Not Criminalization in Schools Act, the Keeping All Students Safe Act, the Protecting our Students in Schools Act, the Safe Schools Improvement Act, and the Ending PUSHOUT Act.
Community members highlight the importance of community involvement in school spending decisions and ways for schools to increase this engagement.
Led by the National Coalition on School Diversity, this letter advocates for the inclusion of the Fostering Diverse Schools program in the fiscal year 22 budget.
Led by the National Coalition on School Diversity, this letter expresses support for the Strength in Diversity Act.
A review of the common failures of contracts between management companies and the charter schools they oversee suggests some changes could help protect both students and taxpayer money.
Students returning home from juvenile detention centers deserve support to reintegrate into their communities, especially during the pandemic.
Educators, students, and family members discuss the important investments they would make to improve the educational experience if they had additional education funding.
Students, educators, and family members describe how the underfunding of K-12 public schools has negatively impacted their experiences and opportunities.