February 22, 2017
Richard Gray participated in a panel discussion on charter school accountability at a recent conference hosted by the Education Writers Association.
February 22, 2017
PASSAGE's collaborative work to lower suspensions and address discipline disparities for all students in Nashville is called one of the stronger efforts in the country.
February 13, 2017
...Without systems redesigned to support them, new schools “either have to exist outside the system to survive, or they get derailed … "
November 7, 2016
Through PASSAGE the Metro Nashville Public Schools are collaborating with the community, and its local partner, the Oasis Center, to reduce discipline disparities.
October 26, 2016
Almost every school in MNPS adopted a restorative justice approach with districtwide help and resources from AISR, which has reduced racial disparities in discipline.
August 9, 2016
Recommendations from AISR's brief on how charter school governance could be reformed are cited as NAACP members call for a ban on privately managed charter schools.
June 1, 2016
AISR consultant and lead author Leigh Dingerson is quoted in this Lowell Sun article on "Who holds the charter-school boards accountable?"
April 25, 2016
AISR's Warren Simmons comments that "we don’t need another round of tests to tell us that schools are struggling."
AISR's Jaime Del Razo reviews SchoolGrades.org: Reliance on Aggregated Test Scores Far Too Narrow for Useful Evaluation
March 17, 2016
Concludes that the website’s reliance on aggregated test scores is far too narrow a base to serve as a useful evaluation of schools.
January 7, 2016
Massachusetts education ranks number one in the nation but could do more to help low-income students, says Tung.