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This report presents lessons learned from the Transatlantic School Innovation Alliance, a peer network of principals and educators in urban secondary schools in the US and England.
This report describes four successful parent leadership training programs around the country, evaluates their effectiveness, and offers six key practices for program success.
Do New York City’s Small Schools Enroll Students with Different Characteristics from Other NYC Schools?
This study examines NYC’s reform strategy of closing large, failing high schools and opening new small schools to see whether it altered the distribution of student demographics.
This issue of VUE focuses on how allocating budgets to schools based on students instead of staff can create a more equitable and rational allocation of funds.
Can Teachers be Evaluated by Their Students’ Test Scores? Should they Be? The Use of Value-Added Measures of Teacher Effectiveness in Policy and Practice
This report uses data analysis to argue that value-added models used to evaluate, reward, and dismiss teachers are not precise enough to be useful for high-stakes decision-making.