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This memo offers insights in to how the administration might move forward with their agenda, what mechanisms exist for implementation, and what can be done in response.
This special post-election, online-only issue of VUE features interviews with a wide range of thought leaders in the field of educational justice reflecting on what lies ahead in the aftermath of the 2016 election.
The Latino Student Success Pilot (LSSP) is a novel program designed to support first-generation low-income students of Latino origins at Rhode Island College.
In this issue of VUE, Investing in Innovation (i3) grantees reflect on what it takes to build successful, sustainable, and scalable family engagement programs.
This brochure outlines AISR’s ability to support districts, community groups, and other education stakeholders interested in understanding and addressing opportunity and achievement gaps for Black and Latino male students.
These webinars disussed various topics, tools and resource as part of the Time for Equity Initiative, funded by the Ford Foundation.
This new report describes the ripple effect of parent leadership programs, as parent leaders make change in themselves and their children, families, and communities.
This Storify page shares dialogue and pictures from the three day conversation convened by the Ford Foundation and AISR on "Closing Opportunity Gaps and Expanding Educational Equity."
This issue of VUE explores the transition from pre-K to kindergarten and beyond, highlighting the importance of systems alignment, collaboration, and community engagement.
AISR's mixed methods multi-year evaluation of the "We Are a Village" grant in Central Falls, RI has implications for family engagement and systems change initiatives.