Jay Altman of FirstLine Schools envisions a "jobs for learning" initiative to help New Orleans students as they transition out of high school.
Paul Hill and Tricia Maas explain the need for localities to focus on developing highly targeted charter high schools.
Steven Hodas looks at the inner workings of a school district through the lens of the "district operating system."
Paul Hill and Tricia Maas discuss challenges and solutions for creating innovative new high schools.
Robin Lake introduces a series of new CRPE papers focusing on districtwide redesign to support innovative schools.
The "i" word is overused and misunderstood: Steven Hodas explains why we should instead be focusing on “dynamism,” a pragmatic approach to engaging with problems.
Steven Hodas highlights how districts use regulations to keep the status quo in place, sometimes to bizarre extremes.
Make it less intrusive and more meaningful, but don't get rid of annual testing, writes Betheny Gross.
Steve Hodas describes how NYCDOE's procurement policies undermine educator initiative and its own best interest to get high-quality people and products.
A clash of work cultures in the NYCDOE was at the heart of challenges under Joel Klein's tenure, writes Steven Hodas.
Robin Lake and Steven Hodas team up to highlight the challenges innovative school chiefs face when trying to reform outdated procurement practices.
New York City is using game theory to improve matching students with public schools. But for parents, choosing schools is as difficult as ever, writes Steven Hodas.
Steven Hodas illuminates the reasons behind inBloom's failure, and what innovation really means.
Steven Hodas provides insights into the challenges, struggles, and opportunities of large-district attempts to reform longstanding practices and change cultural norms.
Next generation accountability questions require creative thinking, honesty, and humility about the limits of market-based accountability, writes Robin Lake
Larry Miller and Betheny Gross discuss the role of charter school authorizers in the effort to increase personalized learning programs in schools
As a new study adds to a growing consensus about the keys to successful blended-learning implementation, Tricia Maas offers up a running list of lessons learned.
CRPE has received Carnegie Corporation funding to help identify and support districts ready to design new high schools prepared to meet Common Core State Standards.
Robin Lake previews this year's edition of Hopes, Fears, & Reality, which focuses on growth and innovation in the charter sector amidst the demand for better schools, Common Core State Standards, and constrained fiscal realities.
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.
Marguerite Roza urges the charter sector to get innovative about designing a more sustainable cost structure.
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This paper was written by Ashley Jochim for the American Education Institute's conference, The State of Entrepreneurship in K–12 Education, held June 24, 2015.
Adam Hawf wraps up our guest blog series about what's next for New Orleans schools.
Neerav Kingsland speculates on what the next groundbreaking regulatory innovation might be for New Orleans public schools.
CRPE's work with the portfolio strategy is cited in this District Administration article.
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