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RESILIENT COMMUNITIES
Resilient Communities in Detroit: #AMC2017

EDUCATION POLICY
From Frenzied to Focused

School principals are increasingly expected to focus on “instructional leadership” by engaging more deeply in areas related to curriculum


EDUCATION POLICY
New ACT Accommodations for English Learners: A Closer Look

The ACT has announced new testing accommodations for English Learners. How will these accommodations be implemented?


EDUCATION POLICY
New Paper on the Need for Specialized Teacher Licenses in the Early Grades

Narrower licenses can allow for more specialization


NEW AMERICA CA
For Whom the Bell Tolls

The second in a series of blog posts by #RiseLocal speakers writing about inspiring examples of local innovation.


EDUCATION POLICY
The White House's Mixed Message on Apprenticeship

We welcome the Order's extra funding and focus on industry engagement. We have questions about its funding and QA.


EDUCATION POLICY
Tips for Building ECE into ESSA School Improvement Plans

EDUCATION POLICY
Arizona and New Hampshire Expand Full-Day Kindergarten

Both states have taken positive steps to increase the availability of full-day kindergarten


EDUCATION POLICY
2017 State of the State Addresses on Early Care and Education

Highlights from the addresses and a look at what progress states have made so far


EDUCATION POLICY
Mentoring Requirements Set Out to Improve Free College Outcomes

Mentoring programs are common pieces of the free college puzzle, but we’re waiting on evidence to show which models are worthwhile—if any


EDUCATION POLICY
What Do State Lawmakers Need to Know About K-12 Accountability Assessments?

State lawmakers are more involved in assessment decisions than ever. A new report from New America lays out what they need to know.


EDUCATION POLICY
Guest Post: Looking Under the Hood

The Chetty data offer a look under the hood into what works to mitigate educational inequality.