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.
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.
Robin Lake is quoted in Chalkbeat on the benefits and downsides of charter management organizations for charter schools.
Assuming districts’ attention will soon turn to commencement celebrations, summer learning, and fall contingency planning, it is not clear how much more progress will be made on remote learning this school year.
Nearly a month has passed since the majority of districts across the country closed.
Some of the nation’s most prominent charter networks have made rapid leaps from the classroom to the cloud.
Developments this week helped drive more school districts in our nationwide review to add depth and breadth to their published distance learning plans.
If we continue to focus only on adult divisions, kids will lose.