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.

State Board Gears up for Vote on High School Growth Measure

By: Paul Negron, Public Affairs Specialist At our April and May public meetings, SBOE members welcomed school leaders and experts from non-profits, local and national education policy organizations, and universities for a discussion on different ways to measure student and high school growth in public schools. Academic growth, the progress a student makes over aContinue reading “State Board Gears up for Vote on High School Growth Measure”