Compact leaders in Spring Branch have created a new model for how district and charter schools can share best instructional practices.
Elizabeth Cooley Nelson
This report explores the challenges of leveraging co-location as a tool for school improvement.
This interim report details the first two years of district-charter collaboration in 16 Compact cities, including lessons learned and potential opportunities and challenges ahead.
In 2009, the federal government committed over $3 billion to help states and districts turn around their worst-performing schools. This report looks at the results of a field study of the...
This chapter examines factors that are driving districts to collaborate with charters, what those collaborations look like, and the politics both sides must deal with.
State and district leaders will spark a frank conversation about whether and how to use state accountability system in districts’ school choice processes.
How district and charter leaders are rethinking talent management by providing leaders-in-training an opportunity to shadow successful educators.
What Boston District-Charter Collaboration Compact leaders are doing to meet the needs of ELLs: the supports, challenges and opportunities.
CRPE researchers Betheny Gross and Elizabeth Cooley Nelson show participants how to assess the scope and quality of choice in their own districts.
CRPE's Compact Interim Report is highlighted in this blog by Joe Siedlecki of the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation.
US Secretary of Education Arne Duncan cited CRPE report on district-charter collaboration in his remarks to the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools 2013 "Delivering On the Dream" conference.
CRPE’s interim report spells out early lessons, opportunities, and challenges for 16 Compact cities.
Seattle, WA - Just over two years ago, the federal government committed over $3 billion nationwide to help states and districts turn around their worst-performing schools. The U.S. Department of Education intended for the School Improvement Grants (SIGs) to spur dramatic change.