SBOE #EdPolicy Roundup: September 2019

By Sarah Arrington, Policy Fellow This month, the DC State Board of Education (SBOE) continues its efforts to make education research and policy concepts accessible to all stakeholders in our communities. The September 2019 #EdPolicy Research Roundup features two reports: one from the Education Commission of the States discussing STEAM education and its impact onContinue reading “SBOE #EdPolicy Roundup: September 2019”

SBOE #EdPolicy Research Roundup: July 2019

The July 2019 #EdPolicy Research Roundup features two reports: one from the Center for American Progress (CAP) about the unique debt burdens Black and Latinx educators face and a second by David M. Houston & Jeffrey R. Henig on the effects of showing parents growth data when they search for new schools.

SBOE #EdPolicy Research Roundup: June 2019

By: Alexander Jue, Policy Analyst This month, the DC State Board of Education (SBOE) continues its effort to make education research and policy concepts accessible to all stakeholders in our communities. The June 2019 #EdPolicy Research Roundup features two reports: one from Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) on how to support families with choosingContinue reading “SBOE #EdPolicy Research Roundup: June 2019”

SBOE #EdPolicy Research Roundup: March 2019

By Sara Gopalkrishna, Policy Fellow We’ve been shining a light on teacher and principal retention since October 2018—commissioning a report, hosting a public forum, inviting numerous expert witnesses to our public meetings, and convening a working group. As such, the #EdPolicy Research Roundup: March 2019 features two reports that touch on this important issue. OneContinue reading “SBOE #EdPolicy Research Roundup: March 2019”

SBOE #EdPolicy Research Roundup: February 2019

By: Alexander Jue, Policy Analyst This month, the DC State Board of Education (SBOE) continues its effort to make education research and policy concepts accessible to all stakeholders in our communities. The February 2019 #EdPolicy Research Roundup features two reports: one from Chiefs for Change on the importance of implementing high-quality, culturally relevant curriculum andContinue reading “SBOE #EdPolicy Research Roundup: February 2019”

SBOE #EdPolicy Research Roundup: January 2019

By: Alexander Jue, Policy Analyst Ensuring research and policy concepts are accessible to all stakeholders in our communities is important. Think tanks and policy-based organizations release reports and their findings on a regular basis, but some times the information contained within these reports can be difficult to navigate and understand to a more novice readerContinue reading “SBOE #EdPolicy Research Roundup: January 2019”