This Education Week commentary by CRPE affiliate Marguerite Roza lays out the benefits of district budget reform for both long-term fiscal stability and the ability to articulate priorities in district spending patterns.
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Aug 30 2006Must Enrollment Declines Spell Financial Chaos for Districts? Avoiding budgetary shell games to create more nimble fiscal systems.
Nov 21 2005Charter schools serving more urban and disadvantaged students, study finds
Seattle, WA - America's charter schools serve a larger percentage of minority and low-income students than do the nation's traditional public schools, according to a comprehensive new study of the growing charter movement.
Sep 21 2005Re-Creating Public Education in New Orleans
This commentary by Paul Hill first appeared in Education Week, September 21, 2005.
Feb 17 2005New report shows how to better diagnose school progress using data
Seattle, WA - School district leaders can gauge the health of their schools by cutting through the blizzard of statistics in which they are buried to focus on a few key indicators, according to a new report from the Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) at the University of Washington's E
Sep 8 2004Projects to Study and Improve School Choice to Be Launched
This article was originally published in Education Week, September 20, 2004
By Lynn Olson
Nov 18 2019
The National Center for Special Education in Charter Schools' Lauren Morando Rhim mentions our Seizing the Opportunity report in this op-ed in The 74.
Nov 5 2019
Betheny Gross is quoted on personalized learning in Education Week.
Nov 3 2019
CRPE's Seizing the Opportunity report is mentioned in this piece by The 74 on special education.
Sep 20 2017New Report Urges Districts, Charters, and States to Work Together to Ensure School Quality in Times of Charter Growth and Declining Enrollment
CRPE's new report identifies possible solutions to help districts adapt to the reality of enrollment decline.
Jun 21 2017New Analysis Finds Public Transit in Denver Not Sufficient to Improve Students’ Access to High-Quality Schools
Report suggests Denver and other cities should invest in the supply of high-quality schools in order to dramatically improve access for students most in need.
Mar 15 2017
New analysis finds that state chiefs need to use their powers strategically, to build coalitions and lead others to act urgently to improve outcomes for students.
Aug 6 2019
Betheny Gross writes about how five cities tackle the challenges of student transportation in Education Next.
Jun 16 2019
In The 74, Robin Lake writes that policymakers should stop pitting charter schools and school districts against each other.
May 15 2019
Robin Lake and Ashley Jochim write in response to an Oakland Unified School District report for EdSource.