Seattle, WA - States are looking to make the most of their new mandate under the Every Student Succeeds Act to intervene in the lowest-performing schools and districts. But research to date has provided little guidance on which strategies are best and under what conditions.
Nov 3 2016New Report Finds State-Initiated Turnarounds Can Improve Schools but Are Most Powerful When Multiple Strategies Are Combined
Nov 1 2016
CRPE director Robin Lake is quoted in this piece on district-charter collaboration and common enrollment in Denver published in The Seventy-Four.
Oct 18 2016
CRPE's paper, Financing Personalized Learning: What Can We Learn From First-Generation Adopters?, is cited in this Education Week roundup of personalized learning research.
Oct 12 2016
CRPE director Robin Lake is quoted in The Boston Globe on the role of innovation in charter schools as it relates to the Massachusetts ballot question on whether to lift the charter school cap.
Oct 11 2016
CRPE director Robin Lake is quoted in this LinkedIn article on the "chief of innovation" role.
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?"
Sep 6 2016
CRPE director Robin Lake is quoted in this Time article on Detroit Public Schools.
Sep 4 2016
CRPE director Robin Lake is quoted in an Evansville Courier & Press article on the shutdown of Early Career Academy, a charter school run by ITT Technical Institute.
Aug 30 2016
Deputy policy director Jordan Posamentier and research analyst Sean Gill presented CRPE's research on district-charter collaboration to a state-appointed committe on Little Rock area schools.
Aug 4 2016
CRPE director Robin Lake's blog New Research Confirms...Everything We Already Believe was covered by Washington Monthly.