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.
CRPE researchers find inequities in current 21st century learning approaches and recommend strategies to deliver better learning opportunities for all students.
This brief looks at five strategies city leaders use to improve underperforming schools and lists critical questions leaders should ask when choosing or assessing an improvement strategy.
This report examines how politics shapes the work of district-charter collaboration and offers strategies for district and charter leaders to improve their chances of success.
This paper examines the characteristics of effective superintendents and offers guidance for current and aspiring district leaders as well as those offering superintendent training programs.
This paper provides an honest assessment of the portfolio strategy’s strengths, weaknesses, and necessary evolution.
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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Ashley Jochim, with Sarah Dahill-Brown, writes about the unique challenges for superintendents of rural school districts for the AASA School Administrator.
Ashley Jochim is quoted by Chalkbeat about the influence superintendents have on school district reform.
Ashley Jochim argues in Education Week that in education reform, building political support for a change is just as important as showing evidence that it will work.
Ashley Jochim compares education policy to the cause-and-effect nature of astronomy in this commentary piece for Education Weekly.
CRPE research analyst Ashley Jochim is quoted in this Chalkbeat Tennessee article on school turnaround.
In Education Week, guest blogger Ashley Jochim argues that education reformers need to act strategically to build strong coalitions and increase political support.
In Education Week, guest blogger Ashley Jochim describes how the effective use of soft power can be used to motivate people to work for education reform.
Paul Hill and Ashley Jochim discuss ideas from their new paper, The Power of Persuasion: A Model of Effective Political Leadership by State Chiefs.
Ashley Jochim and Paul Hill discuss how school chiefs can look for new opportunities under ESSA to effectively use both “hard” and “soft” powers.
Successful turnaround strategies require a problem-solving approach that leverages evidence but isn’t blind to its limitations, cautions Ashley Jochim.