Seattle, WA - By mixing technology with in-person instruction, teachers can tailor lessons to meet individual student learning needs, Joel Rose, former teacher and nationally acclaimed inventor of School of One, told a group of Washington's prom
Apr 7 2011
Mar 23 2011
Seattle, WA - A $99 million teacher bonus program that Washington legislators designed to lure good teachers into high-poverty schools has not worked as intended, according to a new analysis from the University of Washington Bothell's Center on Reinventing Public Education.
Mar 22 2011
Seattle, WA - While the media often focus on the differences that divide Americans who want to improve their schools, we may be missing a larger story: a growing, bipartisan movement is bringing together leading thinkers and advocates who cross the ideological spectrum.
Mar 7 2011
Seattle, WA - A new analysis finds that policies known as 'last in, first out' may disproportionately affect schools receiving federal School Improvement Grants (SIGs).
Feb 10 2011
Seattle, WA - A new report finds that charter schools use the freedoms they have from traditional school district mandates to define and operate schools in innovative new ways.
Jan 19 2011
iZone schools employ technology to tailor teaching.
Jan 12 2011
Report shows innovations in technology could cut costs; points to new areas for research
Dec 9 2010
Seattle, WA - School districts should consider restructuring the way they supply benefits for teachers, according to a new fiscal analysis by the Center on Reinventing Public Education.
Dec 7 2010
Seattle, WA - As school districts nationwide rethink how they recruit, develop, and retain teachers, a new working paper from the Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) looks at how these reforms are playing out in certain districts as they align talent management with their broader portfo
Nov 23 2010
Seattle, WA - On November 9th, Seattle Public Schools (SPS) released its school and district performance report cards for 2009-2010.