• Research Reports   
Ashley Jochim, Jennifer Poon

This report offers the first in-depth look at families’ and educators’ experiences with pandemic pods.


Latest Publications

  • Research Reports    

Statewide districts: A way to unleash creative new learning options—and study them as they grow

Robin Lake, Kelly Young

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?

  • The Lens    

Building upgrades, SEL: 100 large & urban districts plan their pandemic recovery

Bree Dusseault

New review of ESSER spending plans shows districts favor facilities improvements, student & teacher supports; investments in staff, parents less clear

  • Research Reports    

The State of the American Student: Fall 2022

This report draws on data the Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) has collected and synthesized over the course of the pandemic.

  • Research Reports    

The pandemic’s toll on students and society

To accompany CRPE’s inaugural State of the American Student report in 2022, researchers and experts assembled a fast facts one-pager for readers to use as they follow the recovery and reinvention of U.S.

  • Research Reports    

Education reform that sticks

Paul Hill, Ashley Jochim

Public education depends on expertise, work, money, and cooperation from multiple actors who have different interests and beliefs. These lead to competition and negotiation—in other words, politics.

  • Research Reports    

Shifting students: Pandemic-era enrollment changes present challenges and opportunities for Washington’s public charters

CRPE’s September 2022 brief, “Shifting students: A look at Washington State school enrollment from 2020 to 2022,” found that fewer students were enrolled in the state’s traditional public schools in 2021-22 than 2019-20, while enrollment in private schools, home schools, and public charter schools increased during that time.