Seattle, WA – In more than two dozen cities across America, public charter schools and traditional district schools are putting aside their ideological differences to share resources, ideas, strategies, and responsibilities to benefit students and families, according to a report released today by the Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) at the University of Washington Bothell.
Based on six years of research, this report explores why a growing number of districts and charter schools are choosing to work together, the costs and benefits of different types of cooperation, and the real impacts of successful collaboration on students and...
This paper looks at why many cities have missed opportunities to create more lasting relationships between their district and charter sectors, and offers suggestions for fostering stronger partnerships that...
This paper reviews trends around changing student populations in suburban America and the accompanying demands facing suburban public school systems.
Deputy policy director Jordan Posamentier and research analyst Sean Gill presented CRPE's research on district-charter collaboration to a state-appointed committe on Little Rock area schools.
Sean Gill is quoted in this Chicago Talks piece on Chicago charter schools.
Sean Gill writes about a promising new model for school improvement.
CRPE's Sean Gill talks with the Florida Department of Education’s charter schools director about his thoughts on how the state's efforts to promote collaboration work is progressing.
Sean Gill and Sarah Yatsko remind us about the important role district-charter compacts play in creating long-lasting, meaningful collaborations.