Paper summarizing findings and offering analysis of 50 high-stakes charter school decisions from around the country.
Brief helps state policymakers think through what kind of alternative authorizing structures may make sense for their states.
Report highlights eight charter school authorizers that are advancing the quality and growth of charter schools across the country.
Two-part brief identifies the issues related to navigating special education in the charter school sector.
Report looks at school funding method where money would follow children to the schools they attend, with more disadvantaged children generating more funding.
Report documents Ohio’s school funding inequities, with schools serving more disadvantaged populations often receiving less funding.
Book chapter explores a new state strategy for improving the quality of teacher preparation: authorizing a portfolio of providers.
Report examines teacher compensation policies in charter and private schools for lessons to help traditional public schools more effectively draw and keep high-quality teachers.
Report examines debate over whether to provide teachers with financial incentives in order to improve recruitment and retention in “hard-to-staff” schools and subject areas.
Presentation provides step-by-step guidance on implementing effective professional development activities.
Presentation enables district officials to plan more effective professional development experiences for teachers.
Report explains several approaches to pay for contribution and explores the research on how to design these strategies to get the best results.