In this Seventy-Four commentary, CRPE director Robin Lake writes about the implications for special education in light of the Supreme Court ruling in Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District.
Mar 26 2017At Last, a Court Says Kids (Like Mine) With IEPs Deserve a Top Education. But More Fights Loom Ahead
Mar 14 2017
CRPE founder Paul Hill looks at what Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos could likely accomplish with the vouchers she's be able to fund in this Huffington Post piece.
Mar 5 2017
CRPE director Robin Lake asks what a slowing charter school growth trend means for high-quality educational soltuions in The Seventy-Four.
Feb 9 2017
CRPE founder Paul Hill and research analyst Ashley Jochim offer recommendations for Detroit's new locally-elected school board in this op-ed, published in The Detroit News.
Dec 2 2016
Paul Hill's tribute to John Chubb appeared in Education Next.
Sep 14 2016
CRPE director Robin Lake argues that school autonomy is crucial in her commentary was published in The New York Times' "Room for Debate" discussion "Is School Reform Hopeless?"
Jun 27 2016
Robin Lake argues that Michigan's recent public school bailout does not do enough to ensure quality district and charter schools for all children.
May 6 2016
Paul Hill and Ashley Jochim point out the important role education reform centrists can play during times of political polarization.
Apr 20 2016
Robin Lake was one of four national experts asked to comment on the National Association of Charter School Authorizers' 2015 annual survey.
Apr 7 2016
In this op-ed for The Seattle Times, Robin Lake calls for Washington State education and community leaders to move past politics to help all students achieve their potential.