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EARLY & ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

Takeaways from New America and CEELO Blog Series on Early Learning and ESSA

Posts focused on how states could incorporate early learning into their ESSA plans

EARLY & ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
Takeaways from New America and CEELO Blog Series on Early Learning and ESSA

Posts focused on how states could incorporate early learning into their ESSA plans


The Role of Principals and Teachers in Kindergarten Transitions

A smooth transition is essential for setting up students for success


PREK-12 EDUCATION
A High-Stakes September for Teachers and Leaders

As states finalize ESSA plans, federal funding for supporting implementation is unclear.


DUAL LANGUAGE LEARNERS
Elevating Arabic-Speaking Students in the Push for Dual Immersion Instruction

Arabic is the fastest-growing language in this country. Schools can leverage dual immersion to promote equity for Arabic-speaking students.


HIGHER EDUCATION
States Can and Should Hold Federal Student Loan Servicers Accountable

HIGHER EDUCATION
A Play-By-Play of Charlotte School of Law’s Closure

Charlotte School of Law finally closed last week following a rare confluence of oversight actions from multiple oversight bodies.


HIGHER EDUCATION
Lessons for Higher Ed in Charlotte School of Law Closure

Charlotte School of Law finally closed last week. Here are the lessons to take away from its closure.


CENTER ON EDUCATION & SKILLS
Assessing Industry's Power in Education

New Education-Employment Linkage Index looks at how industry and education share power in the world's top education systems


PREK-12 EDUCATION and DUAL LANGUAGE LEARNERS
Rethinking Data for English Learners in the ESSA Era

Two new reports from New America highlight the need for more accurate, meaningful data on English learner outcomes.


DUAL LANGUAGE LEARNERS
English-Only States and Native Language Assessment Under ESSA

ESSA provides new benefits for English learners, but individual state laws and policies could hinder the implementation of these provisions.


HIGHER EDUCATION
Americans have spoken. Now it’s time to deliver.

There are a number of options policymakers and researchers can explore to ensure higher education can deliver on its promise.


HIGHER EDUCATION
For-Profit Colleges' Own Inconsistency, Not the Federal Government’s, Poses Their Biggest Threat