The seventh edition of Hopes, Fears, & Reality explores whether charters are living up to their promise of fostering innovation.
May 9 2013
Feb 28 2013
CRPE has received a $500,000 grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to study the financial and resource allocation implications of blended learning models.
Feb 21 2013
Today’s headlines that public school class sizes are growing larger are often exaggerated. Some states have increased class sizes slightly since the recession of 2008, but others have held steady or declined. The average class is still smaller than it was in the 1999-2000 school year.
Jan 16 2013Strife and Progress: New book details strategies, conflicts, and results of promising education reform model
News about school reform often comes with tales of conflict, which is an inevitable byproduct of efforts to develop more effective schools.
Dec 17 2012
Washington state residents used to enjoy a preference in admission to the University of Washington, but a new analysis shows that preference is now gone.
Nov 20 2012
A fresh examination of special education enrollment patterns in New York State suggests that charter schools may be doing better at enrolling students with special needs than many believe.
Nov 15 2012
A new study of the financial implications for public schools embracing student-centered learning models reveals that districts don’t need to spend more on these schools if they fund all schools fairly, and then allow schools to make choices about how they use their resources.
Nov 13 2012
In times of scarce resources and limited dollars, finding cost-effective ways to promote innovations in education is imperative.
Oct 31 2012
The Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) is pleased to announce our role in the new national Building State Capacity and Productivity Center (BSCP Center).
Oct 19 2012With potential principal retirements on horizon, Iowa has opportunity to plan for strong school leaders
Seattle, WA - Iowa may need to replace a sizable share of its principal workforce over the next five to ten years, representing both a challenge and an opportunity for schools and communities statewide.