Several CRPE researchers are presenting work at the 2014 Association for Education Finance and Policy (AEFP) Spring Research Conference in San Antonio, Texas, March 13-15.
This report focuses on the work of DC School Reform Now. Since 2011, the organization has focused on making school choice work for families in Wards 7 and 8, two underserved areas of the nation's capital...
Three new briefs assess the impact of California charter schools on school districts.
This report examines how New Orleans education officials have managed the return of nearly all of the city’s public schools to the control of the local elected school board for the first time since the state takeover of public...
This report examines national and local trends in charter unionization, describes the reasons charter school teachers unionize, and analyzes charter school bargaining agreements.
With an eye to equity, this essay examines the implications of a more customized, agile system for disadvantaged students.
CRPE Research Analyst Ashely Jochim joins other prominent scholars, policy analysts, and practitioners to offer insight into what happens when rubber meets the road and the Common Core standards are implemented in schools nationwide.
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Robin Lake and Ashley Jochim write in response to an Oakland Unified School District report for EdSource.
This Education Post commentary piece references the CRPE report An Unlikely Bargain: Why Charter School Teachers Unionize and What Happens When They Do.
Ashley Jochim writes on unionization in charter schools for The Detroit News.
Education Week's Arianna Prothero reports on CRPE's study An Unlikely Bargain: Why Charter School Teachers Unionize and What Happens When They Do.
Ashley Jochim and Lesley Lavery write in The 74 about the divide between teacher unions and charter schools.
To achieve sustained success in influencing portfolio strategy implementation in the longer term, outsiders and insiders need each other.
Our latest report looks at a navigator organization that helps level the playing field so all families can find quality schools that meet their needs.
Teachers and administrators in unionized charter schools have an opportunity to show that unionization can benefit teachers and kids.
Our research disrupts the usual us vs. them narrative, shedding light on where, why, and how often charter school teachers are forming unions.
Offering lower-income families an allowance to customize out-of-school learning experiences could help close the enrichment gap.