Several CRPE researchers are presenting at the 2013 annual conference of the American Educational Research Association in San Francisco.
Tricia Maas is a Research Assistant at the Center on Reinventing Public Education and an Education Policy Ph.D student at the University of Washington. Her recent projects include research on charter school policies and performance, the use of blended learning, and human capital pipeline policies in education. Prior to her time at the UW, Tricia taught high school math in Charlotte, N.C. as a Teach for America corps member and at a KIPP charter school in San Jose, CA. Tricia holds BAs in Economics and French from the University of Richmond and an MA in Education Policy from Stanford University.
This paper argues that district-wide systems changes are necessary to encourage and free up...
This paper explains why personalized high schools are hard to get and keep, and shows how we can make them more broadly available through changes in policy and philanthropic investments.
This report outlines the problems districts face in procuring innovative goods and services, shows how other sectors have modernized procurement processes, and recommends ways to reform district procurement.
Michael Horn writes about how and why many charter schools in California have innovated through technology and asks what it will take for more to follow nationwide.
This paper was prepared for the American Enterprise Institute's "Common Core Meets the Reform Agenda" Conference.
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Paul Hill and Tricia Maas' blog on charter "backfilling" is cited in this Education Week article.
CRPE's new report on the challenges of procuring innovative goods and services is featured in this Education Week article.
Paul Hill and Tricia Maas discuss challenges and solutions for creating innovative new high schools.
It's time for the charter sector to address the challenge of how charter high schools can meet the needs of all children in a locality, write Paul HIll and Tricia Maas.
Robin Lake and Steven Hodas team up to highlight the challenges innovative school chiefs face when trying to reform outdated procurement practices.