Georgia Heyward is interviewed by Newsweek about the four-day school week.
This brief presents findings from a preliminary analysis of 10 organizations with school navigator services.
This report is the first step in developing an evidence base about how charter schools meet the needs of unique learners, how they can improve in this work, and what aspects of chartering as a governance model support...
CRPE has identified 32 programs around the country that represent the variety of efforts being used to reinvent career and technical education.
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...
This essay explores the systemic changes needed to ensure student access to meaningful pathways to college prep and career training.
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.
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States play critical roles in driving school and district responses to school closures prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic. We examined whether and how states are fulfilling that role.
How do efforts to reinvent career and technical education fit into a broader portfolio strategy to improve the quality and diversity of school options for students?
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.
To realize the goals of "new CTE," we must not only rethink our notions of vocational training; we must also reimagine how we go about secondary schooling.
Rural districts using the four-day school week schedule are experimenting with new, holistic and community-embedded learning opportunities on the fifth, unscheduled school day.