4,000 parents told us about their experience with public school choice. Here's what they said.
Are Charter Schools Working? A new review of the evidence on charter schools and student achievement
How can civic leaders create a school choice system that works for all families?
How principals can use their authority to overcome policy barriers and improve schools
This report summarizes CRPE's past two years of research and findings of special education in charter schools.
New York City is using game theory to improve matching students with public schools. But for parents, choosing schools is as difficult as ever, writes Steven Hodas.
Steven Hodas provides insights into the challenges, struggles, and opportunities of large-district attempts to reform longstanding practices and change cultural norms.
This redefinED article features CRPE's report on how parents experience public school choice in eight cities.
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