Report provides actionable guidance for designing financially sustainable teacher residency programs.
Report explains how Georgia funds its schools, evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of its current funding model, and proposes ways to improve it to propel student learning forward.
Report offers politically viable solutions to address federal, state and local policy barriers that often hinder education innovations.
Report aims to determine the impact student-based budgeting (SBB) has had on funding equity, transparency, and principals’ sense of autonomy in Hartford Public Schools.
Report offers guidance for philanthropies on how to invest wisely as part of a city-based strategy.
Report offers a comprehensive analysis of charter funding compared to district schools.
Report calls for a new finance policy based on student need and outlines four principles to reform education finance in Rhode Island.
Report traces Connecticut’s public school funding and recommends a reformed system that would create strong incentives to boost student achievement.
Report outlines the most promising emerging solutions charter schools have sought to ways to meet their facilities needs.
Report provides creative ideas for financing charter school facilities based on pioneering schools’ experiences
Report on charter school funding in Dayton is in response to a mistaken public perception that charter schools receive higher public funding than traditional public schools.