A Puget Sound-area charter school couldn’t open as planned—but it still found a way to support students
After a facilities snag forced Cascade Midway Academy to delay its opening as a full-fledged new school, its founders decided to launch a learning hub for 12 students enrolled in nearby districts and charter schools.
We reviewed the school reopening plans for 106 districts around the country. Here's how they square with reality
After tracking and detailing school systems’ reopening plans for months, our research now turns to how districts are translating their plans into action.
Districts had all summer to address the concerns that special education families raised this spring. Yet, in many school systems, special education was largely an afterthought in districts’ planning for fall reopening.
We looked closely at six districts and charter management organizations (CMOs), hoping to understand why they took particular approaches to remote learning and how their experiences last spring affected their plans for the fall.
Like the dinosaurs, public education as we know it is facing a meteor moment. We must adapt to a new model beyond what we know as ‘school’
This is our Paleogene moment.
Are districts setting teachers up with professional learning opportunities that will allow them to navigate the pandemic successfully?
Districts across the country have devised new ways of supporting students, connecting with families and measuring progress despite the disruptions caused by the pandemic.