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Agency into Action: Teachers as Leaders and Advocates for Public Education, Communities, and Social Justice
This study examines how teachers, alongside family and community partners, are utilizing their experiences and expertise to share new ideas and evidence that can continue to build an ecology for equitable education reform.
This issue of VUE is an online supplement to VUE 46, which addressed the topic of performance assessment – a personalized and rigorous alternative to standardized testing that allows teachers to build on individual students’ strengths and foster more equitable learning outcomes.
This issue of VUE proposes performance assessment as a personalized and rigorous alternative to standardized testing.
Building a Governance Ecosystem: Themes and Recommendations from the Rhode Island Education Governance Forum
This summary paper outlines key themes, challenges, and preliminary recommendations that emerged from the 2016 Rhode Island Education Governance Forum around issues of education governance.
This suite of resources includes research reports, case studies, web-based tools, a VUE issue, and many other resources that emerged from the Ford Foundation-funded Time for Equity project.
This series of publications and supplementary materials, based on a mixed-methods study, examines how teachers can gain a sense of ownership of school and system-level improvement efforts.
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.
We Made a Promise: School-Community Collaboration, Leadership, and Transformation at Promesa Boyle Heights
This report describes a study of Promesa Boyle Heights, a neighborhood-level collaborative that has worked to develop relationships, coordination, and alignment across multiple partners.
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.