In 2013, Aurora, Colorado, was experiencing major demographic changes. A housing boom in this city east of Denver was bringing new families to parts of the city that were previously sparsely populated. However, enrollment was declining in the city’s lower-income areas, where many families of color lived. A new superintendent took office in 2013 and […]
As part of CRPE’s ongoing review of how large districts are responding to the pandemic and planning to spend their federal COVID-19 relief dollars, we looked into how districts are planning to address staff recruitment and retention challenges.
This report is the second installment of an updated set of papers that assess the best available evidence on how the Covid-19 pandemic has affected America’s students. The Center on Reinventing Public Education has compiled hundreds of studies and convened multiple panels of education experts to interpret the data. Three initial reports released in 2021 […]
Our analysis reveals dozens of New England districts’ federal spending priorities as they move forward with pandemic recovery.
In some countries where adverse conditions frequently disrupt schools, teachers are often best-positioned to help design – and sustain – lasting improvements.
Amid school closures, Oakland REACH parents created a path into higher-performing schools. Here’s how they did it.
Lakisha Young writes about starting The Oakland REACH.
How can school systems possibly find the bandwidth to act on new visions for public education when their leaders are constantly trapped in crisis mode? One particular mechanism might allow them to pull this off: statewide school districts.
New review of ESSER spending plans shows districts favor facilities improvements, student & teacher supports; investments in staff, parents less clear.
This executive summary provides highlights of the primary findings and recommendations from the State of the American Student: Fall 2022 report that draws on data the Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) has collected and synthesized during the pandemic.
This report draws on data the Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) has collected and synthesized over the course of the pandemic. It outlines the contours of the crisis American students faced during the Covid-19 pandemic and begins to chart a path to recovery and reinvention for all students—which includes the essential work of building a new […]