• Jun 16 2019
    Districts v. Charters Is the Wrong Battle to Pick; Political Leaders Must Focus on the Right One

    In The 74, Robin Lake writes that policymakers should stop pitting charter schools and school districts against each other.

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  • May 30 2019
    Grading The 4-Day School Week: The Impacts On Budgets, Education And More

    Paul Hill speaks with NPR's On Point about the four-day school week.

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  • May 20 2019
    The Education Exchange: Working Together for Charter Schools in Indianapolis

    Robin Lake speaks on the Education Next podcast The Education Exchange on what Indianapolis has done to make charter schools work.

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  • May 15 2019
    ‘Inconvenient truths’ missing from Oakland report on charter schools

    Robin Lake and Ashley Jochim write in response to an Oakland Unified School District report for EdSource.

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  • May 6 2019
    1A Across America: The Growing Trend Of The Four-Day School Week

    Paul Hill is interviewed on NPR 1A about the four-day school week.

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  • Apr 25 2019
    This Charter Leader Shares Hard-Earned Lessons About Working With Teachers Unions

    This Education Post commentary piece references the CRPE report An Unlikely Bargain: Why Charter School Teachers Unionize and What Happens When They Do.

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  • Apr 24 2019
    Opinion: Charter schools, the future of teacher unions

    Ashley Jochim writes on unionization in charter schools for The Detroit News.

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  • Apr 17 2019
    The four-day week: will it catch on in academia?

    Paul Hill is quoted in Times Higher Education about the four-day school week.

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  • Apr 14 2019
    How does home school fit into solutions for 'nontraditional' students in Washington?

    CRPE research affiliate Aaron Hirsh's forthcoming report on homeschooling is referenced in this Seattle Times article on nontraditional students in Washington.

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  • Mar 25 2019
    Does Personalized Learning Work? The Research Is Too Scant, Too New and Too Nuanced to Give a Clear Yes or No — At Least for Now

    Betheny Gross is quoted in this piece by The 74 on the effectiveness of personalized learning.

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