Paul Hill will moderate a Strategy Session on accountability-based flexibility for school districts.
Paul Hill and Ashley Jochim offer ideas and examples for how state chiefs can best use their powers to effectively lead the improvement of schools and districts.
Edited by Ashley Jochim and Betheny Gross, the sixth and final volume of the SEA of the Future provides SEAs a new framework under ESSA for strategic planning and concrete tools for implementation.
This analysis of trends across portfolio districts shows where cities are making progress on strategy implementation and where they are getting bogged down.
Betheny Gross and Paul Hill discuss the challenges and opportunities for state-level experimentation created by the Every Student Succeeds Act, in the Harvard Law and Policy Review.
This paper reviews trends around changing student populations in suburban America and the accompanying demands facing suburban public school systems.
This webinar provides an introduction to the portfolio strategy, why districts adopt it, what they find challenging, and whether they are seeing benefits to students.
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Paul Hill is quoted is this Washington Post piece on the four-day school week in Oklahoma.
Paul Hill is quoted in this Education Week article on a new study by the Oklahoma Department of Education on four-day school weeks.
Paul Hill and Georgia Heyward's piece on the rural four-day school week is cited in this CBS MoneyWatch article.
CRPE founder Paul Hill is interviewed in Education Week about the rise of the rural four-day school week.
CRPE founder Paul Hill is interviewed in The Atlantic about the rise of the four-day school week in rural districts.
It will take system-level changes for students to fully exploit learning opportunities, writes Paul Hill.
Robin Lake and Paul Hill look at the effect of charter schools on district finances and suggest solutions to build a healthy public school choice system.
Paul Hill reviews a new book and is reminded of how tribally divided the policy research field has become.
Big cities looking for school superintendents should pay attention to the progress in Chicago, writes Paul Hill.
Robin Lake and Paul Hill propose a new political strategy to meet the need and demand for more high-quality charter schools.