CRPE's report, "The Capacity Challenge: What It Takes for State Education Agencies to Support School Improvement,"is the subject of this Education Week article.
Patrick J. Murphy
Patrick J. Murphy
Patrick Murphy is a CRPE Senior Research Affiliate and Professor of Politics at the University of San Francisco. He currently is the Director of Research and Senior Fellow at the Public Policy Institute of California. His research focuses on public management, finance, and public policy issues. He has published in the areas of K-12 education, higher education, and illicit drug policy. Previously, he worked for the RAND Corporation and the U.S. Office of Management and Budget. Murphy received his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin and a MPA from the University of Texas.
The Capacity Challenge: What It Takes for State Education Agencies to Support School Improvement
The push to raise standards and increase student outcomes has placed state education agencies (SEAs) at the center of efforts to improve the performance of the nation’s lowest-performing...
The SEA of the Future: Leveraging Performance Management to Support School Improvement
This volume explores how state education agencies (SEAs), in a time of constrained resources, can leverage performance management tools to provide strong support for school improvement.
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The Changing Role of States in Education: The Move from Compliance to Performance Management
This essay was written for the PIE Network 5th Annual Policy Summit, September 2011
State education agencies are being pushed to move from their historically passive role of monitoring...
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A new CRPE study finds that to transform their organizations from compliance monitors into more effective drivers of reform, state education agencies need to focus on leveraging the authority and funding they have to support school improvement.
The Building State Capacity and Productivity Center's new report is the first in a series intended to help state education agencies use performance management to support school improvement.
The Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) is pleased to announce our role in the new national Building State Capacity and Productivity Center (BSCP Center).
Seattle, WA - As both the federal government and states face unprecedented challenges in raising standards and increasing outcomes for all students, state education agencies (SEAs) need to take a new approach; one focused less on compliance and more on performance management.
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In this commentary, Betheny Gross and Patrick Murphy look at the investments and adaptations state education agencies will need to make to transform their organizations from compliance monitors to active performance managers while facing limited resources, limited time, and rapidly escalating demands.