How can civic leaders create a school choice system that works for all families?
How principals can use their authority to overcome policy barriers and improve schools
Read what leading researchers and reformers say about CRPE’s impact on education reform over the last 20 years
Denver charter schools serve fewer special education students than district-run schools, but it’s not because charter schools push students out.
This report examines the experience of parents in cities with multiple public school options to answer the question, how can civic leaders create a choice system that works for all families?
Christine Campbell writes about the history of the Portfolio strategy and how it continues to influence education reform throughout the country.
Paul Hill writes about the start of CRPE's groundbreaking school finance work, while Russlynn Ali's essay explains how she put that research into practice.
It's time to untangle the logistical knots and administrative hurdles that surround choice and charters in many places, Robin Lake writes in Education Week.
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