CRPE in the News

CRPE’s ideas, strategies and research have an impact nationwide, helping education leaders at the federal, state, district, and school level. Find out what CRPE researchers are up to now.

  • Oct 21 2012

    The News Tribune
    Robin Lake cited in article on Initiative 1240 and the role of charter authorizers.

  • Oct 19 2012

    Seattle, WA - Iowa may need to replace a sizable share of its principal workforce over the next five to ten years, representing both a challenge and an opportunity for schools and communities statewide.

  • Oct 19 2012

    Director Robin Lake discusses CRPE mission, research in UW President Michael K. Young's "Tomorrow's University Today" video series

  • Oct 17 2012

    This article includes comments by CRPE affiliate Marguerite Roza on the impact of school closures on teachers and communities.

  • Sep 19 2012

    Seattle, WA - As both the federal government and states face unprecedented challenges in raising standards and increasing outcomes for all students, state education agencies (SEAs) need to take a new approach; one focused less on compliance and more on performance management.

  • Sep 13 2012

    Seattle, WA - Discussions about human capital and school improvement typically center on teachers. Yet the principals who select those teachers are a critical driver of school success.

  • Jul 17 2012

    A new Center for American Progress report by Raegen Miller and Marguerite Roza reveals that states across the nation spent nearly $15 billion a year in bad investments because of the so-called master's degree bump.

  • Jun 26 2012

    This guest blog by Marguerite Roza was published by Education Next.

  • Jun 20 2012

    As a recent report by the Government Accountability Office makes clear, the issues involved in enrolling students with disabilities in charter schools and providing them with appropriate services are complex but important to address.

  • Jun 14 2012

    Seattle, WA - An analysis of reforms in the Baltimore City Public Schools finds that the district has come a long way in a short time in terms of improving student achievement, granting schools more autonomy, and creating an environment friendly to innovators and new school providers.

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