Larry Miller

11/2012
Getting Down to Dollars and Cents: What Do School Districts Spend to Deliver Student-Centered Learning?

This report offers the first detailed look into the financial implications for public schools embracing student-centered learning models.

11/2012
Executive Summary - Getting Down to Dollars and Cents: What Do School Districts Spend to Deliver Student-Centered Learning?

This report offers the first detailed look into the financial implications for public schools embracing student-centered learning models.

08/2005
BRIEF - Strengthening Title I To Help High-Poverty Schools: How Title I Funds Fit Into District Allocation

This brief summarizes the report Strengthening Title I To Help High-Poverty Schools: How Title I Funds Fit Into District Allocation which argues that the nation's main...

08/2005
Strengthening Title I To Help High-Poverty Schools: How Title I Funds Fit Into District Allocation Patterns

Drawing on data from five large school districts, this report reveals that the nation's main program for educating the disadvantaged, Title I, is hampered by loopholes that...

03/2005
BRIEF - Lessons on Assessing the Costs of Small High Schools: Evidence from Seattle and Denver

This brief examines small high school costs in Denver and Seattle, analyzing each layer of district expenditures in order to get a better look at the price tag for small schools in comparison to...

May 28 2014

This fiscal analysis finds that early difficulties forecasting enrollment and revenue can undermine implementation of personalized-learning models that blend computer-based and teacher-led instruction.

May 28 2014

This Hechinger Report article highlights our newly released report on technology-based personalized-learning schools.

Jan 28 2014

Larry Miller discusses preliminary findings from a CRPE study on blended learning, in this Education Week article.

Jan 27 2014

CRPE researcher Larry Miller is quoted in this Education Week article on the costs of blended learning.

Nov 15 2012

A new study of the financial implications for public schools embracing student-centered learning models reveals that districts don’t need to spend more on these schools if they fund all schools fairly, and then allow schools to make choices about how they use their resources.