• Nov 14 2017
    New Analysis: How Public Choice Is Working for Families in 18 Cities

    CRPE's new cross-city analysis examines the current state of public school choice in 18 American cities.

  • Nov 14 2017
    Family Engagement Key to School Choice Efforts Succeeding; New Report Finds Promising Signs in 18 Cities

    Robin Lake is quoted by The 74 on the importance of family engagement in a school choice model.

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  • Sep 21 2017
    The Charter Movement’s ‘Tipping Point’ Strategy Isn’t Working. What Now?

    Robin Lake discusses CRPE's new report Better Together: Ensuring Quality School Districts in Times of Charter Growth and Declining Enrollment in this commentary piece for Education Next.

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  • Sep 20 2017
    New 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.

  • Aug 23 2017
    Evidence Isn't Enough: Good Policy Needs Good Politics

    Ashley Jochim argues in Education Week that in education reform, building political support for a change is just as important as showing evidence that it will work.

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  • Aug 21 2017
    What if Education Policy Were More Like Astronomy? The Value of 'Soft Power'

    Ashley Jochim compares education policy to the cause-and-effect nature of astronomy in this commentary piece for Education Weekly.

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  • Aug 6 2017
    Disability Rights Advocates Are Fighting the Wrong Fight on School Choice

    Robin Lake and Sivan Tuchman write in The 74 that disability rights advocates are mistargeting their concerns by fighting school choice.

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  • Jul 19 2017
    ‘You are trying to meet kids where they are’ – Michael DeArmond on personalized learning

    Michael DeArmond is interviewed by refinED about the personalized learning model.

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  • Jul 14 2017
    Beware the Four-Day School-Week Trap

    In this Education Week commentary, Paul Hill discusses how moving to a four-day school week won't bring the savings districts need, and suggests alternative options.

  • Jul 14 2017
    ‘Varying degrees of success’: Betheny Gross on personalized learning

    Betheny Gross is interviewed by refinED about the personalized learning model.

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