AISR is currently in a period of transition and refocusing of its mission, which reflects Brown’s strategic plan, Building on Distinction. Susanna Loeb, an expert in education policy and a professor of education at Stanford University, has been appointed the next director, starting July 1, 2018. Several AISR programs will continue their work of the last few years in new organizational homes. For more information see news items below.
Brown University and Roger Williams University Announce Transition of Two Programs from Annenberg Institute for School Reform to RWU School of Continuing StudiesAISR's New England-Based Community Organizing & Engagement and District & Systems Transformation will move to RWU’s School of Continuing Studies, effective Nov. 13, 2017.
Brown University and New York University announce the transition of two programs from the Annenberg Institute for School Reform to NYU Metro CenterAISR's research and policy and New York-based community organizing and engagement initiatives moved to the Metro Center on September 1, 2017.
Stanford University Professor Susanna Loeb will join Annenberg as it fulfills its refocused mission and works to alleviate educational inequality in America’s public schools.