• Sep 21 2005
    Re-Creating Public Education in New Orleans

    This commentary by Paul Hill first appeared in Education Week, September 21, 2005.

  • Feb 17 2005
    New 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 2004
    Projects to Study and Improve School Choice to Be Launched

    This article was originally published in Education Week, September 20, 2004

    By Lynn Olson

  • Apr 13 2004
    Often overlooked HR department important to school district reform, study shows

    Seattle, WA - Case studies of three districts suggest new ways to make HR offices an ally in reform.

  • Oct 14 2003
    School-funding study to include Washington

    Seattle, WA - Jacob Adams speaks with the Seattle Times about Washington State involvement in school finance study.

    Originally published in the Seattle Times, October 13, 2003

  • Oct 13 2003
    Researchers launch four-year study to retarget America's school dollars toward student achievement

    Seattle, WA - An unprecedented, four-year effort to retarget the nation's education spending begins this week with the help of a $5.2 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

  • Jul 28 2003
    Superintendents say lack of clout holds them back from improving schools

    Seattle, WA - Nine out of 10 urban school superintendents say they need more authority to fix bad schools and boost student achievement, according to a survey of the superintendents of the nation's 100 largest districts.

  • Apr 2 2003
    Principals abound but avoid certain schools and districts, study finds

    Seattle, WA - Getting quality principals into troubled schools has become an educational rallying cry so intense that New York City is making headlines with its efforts to place leaders in failing schools.

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