Georgia Heyward is interviewed by Newsweek about the four-day school week.
This brief on the four-day school week answers common questions about its scope and trends and points out what is not yet known about the impacts on students and districts.
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 analysis examines 18 cities offering public school choice to determine whether 1) their education systems are continuously improving, 2) all their students have equitable access to high-quality schools, and 3) their strategies...
This guide will help district and community leaders understand the benefits and risks of adopting a shorter school week.
This report was published by the Rural Opportunities Consortium of Idaho as part of their research on the four-day school week in rural Idaho.
Georgia Heyward and Christine Campbell are interviewed on the EdChoice podcast about CRPE's report Stepping Up: How Are American Cities Delivering on the Promise of Public School Choice?
In The 74, Georgia Heyward suggests four key areas for improvement the School District of Philadelphia should focus on as it retakes local control of its schools.
CRPE's new cross-city analysis examines the current state of public school choice in 18 American cities.
Paul Hill and Georgia Heyward's piece on the rural four-day school week is cited in this CBS MoneyWatch article.
Georgia Heyward identifies several trends in cities offering public school choice and shares strategies for addressing the most persistent challenges.
The nominating panel charged with selecting candidates for Philadelphia’s new nine-member school board has received its last application.
Christine Campbell and Georgia Heyward show how school choice is creating new opportunities for families as well as challenges for cities.
Hill and Heyward caution that the shorter school week isn't saving rural schools money, and it's risky for students.