Robin Lake cautions that one-size-fits-all personalized learning programs are likely to let some students fall through the cracks. This is the sixth installment in our series of "Notes From the Field" on personalized learning.
Alice Opalka is a project manager at the Center on Reinventing Public Education. She supports Portfolio Strategy research as well as District-Charter Collaboration work. Before joining CRPE, Alice spent two years as an AmeriCorps volunteer: first as a children’s literacy program coordinator in Los Angeles, then as a college access coach through College Access Now in Seattle. Alice holds a BA in Environmental Analysis from Scripps College, and an MPA from the University of Southern California.
This case study profiles the unique school improvement effort in Springfield, MA, and compares it with other turnaround strategies.
Based on six years of research, this report explores why a growing number of districts and charter schools are choosing to work together, the costs and benefits of different types of cooperation, and the real impacts of successful collaboration on students and...
CRPE's new paper focuses on developing a common school performance framework, tool for measuring performance of an individual school using a defined set of metrics that is common to schools across different agencies or governing bodies...