On November 14, 2013, the Washington Education Innovation Forum featured Summit Public School's Jen Davis Wickens, Chief Regional Officer, Sarah Satinover, Director of Growth, and Diego Arambula, Chief Growth Officer.
Three new briefs assess the impact of California charter schools on school districts.
This essay explores how an education system built to meet the needs of “square pegs” could benefit all students.
This essay explores the systemic changes needed to ensure student access to meaningful pathways to college prep and career training.
This report examines recent efforts of districts and charter schools to share key instructional practices and offers recommendations for education leaders to move forward.
This report examines why charter school growth in the San Francisco Bay Area has slowed dramatically and offers solutions for cities nationwide to encourage the development of new high-quality schools.
The Forum featured former MN State Senator Ember Reichgott Junge, author of the nation's first charter school law, and Shannon Blankenship, tfounder of Hiawatha Academies, a high-performing Minneapolis charter school.
Robin Lake joins several leading education reformers and thinkers for a lively discussion of the accountability opt-out.
This Forum will feature leaders of New York City’s key innovation initiatives. Steven Hodas, Executive Director of Innovate NYC Schools, and Andrea Coleman, Director of iZone, will discuss the role school districts can play in promoting innovation and creating schools of the future.
Several CRPE researchers are presenting at the 2013 annual conference of the American Educational Research Association in San Francisco.
Robin Lake is quoted in Chalkbeat on the benefits and downsides of charter management organizations for charter schools.
Robin Lake is quoted in The Wall Street Journal about the failing public school district in Providence.
Drawing from our 25th Anniversary essay collection, The 74 highlights eight of the biggest ideas and proposals CRPE presented about the next era of public education.
Paul Hill and Robin Lake are quoted in this PolitiFact article on the history of busing.
Robin Lake is quoted in The Boston Globe about impending reforms to the Providence school district.
Schools need not wait for ideal policy conditions to begin improving education for students with disabilities.
The more choice and autonomy become the norm, the more urgent is the need to find new ways to ensure they bring advantages to the most vulnerable and unique student populations.
Let districts be districts, when they work. But when they don’t, Robin Lake argues, try something else.
As a new CRPE research brief shows, homeschoolers are becoming more diverse, and so are their motivations.
Paul Hill discusses the history of school integration and offers lessons learned about ways our school systems can better educate an increasingly diverse population.