CRPE's Robin Lake, Betheny Gross, and Paul Hill will be featured speakers at "The Urban Education Future?" - Lessons from New Orleans 10 Years after Hurricane Katrina conference, hosted by the Education
These two briefs provide a summary of the special education landscape in New Orleans and Washington, D.C., and offer recommendations for further steps that might be taken to strengthen...
In this brief, we explore evidence related to the causes of OUSD’s financial crisis and why previous efforts to right the ship have failed.
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...
We convened leaders from cities around the country to explore ways that school districts can use the portfolio strategy to help cities improve education for...
Three new briefs assess the impact of California charter schools on school districts.
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Robin Lake will be presenting in this session on the role of charter schools in overhauling school districts.
The AERA Annual Meeting is the largest gathering of scholars in the field of education research. It is a showcase for ground-breaking, innovative studies in a diverse array of areas—from early education through higher education, from digital learning to second language literacy.
At January’s Washington Education Innovation Forum, Professor Ed Lazowska discussed how Washington’s primary and secondary schools are doing little to give students skills related to the jobs that are being created in their backyard, potential consequences if we do not change course, and how we might best expose our youth to STEM skills that are increasingly shaping our region’s economy and identity.
Our next Washington Education Innovation Forum will feature Jen Davis Wickens, Chief Regional Officer for Summit Public Schools, and Sarah Satinover, Summit’s Director of Growth.
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Robin Lake is quoted in The 74 on changes at the Georgia Cyber Academy.
In Education Next, Robin Lake examines how district and state leaders paved the way for wider choice for all in Indianapolis.
Robin Lake is quoted in the Cleveland Plain-Dealer on school choice and declining enrollment.
Robin Lake's op-ed on allyship is named one of the best education articles of November in The 74.
Robin Lake is quoted about online schools in The Blade.
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If we continue to focus only on adult divisions, kids will lose.
Our new blog series aims to clear the air and make room for the next big improvements in both charter schools and public education in general.
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.
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