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Earlier this year, the Alliance for Excellent Education (All4Ed) visited Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) to show members of its staff and several state and local...

The new federal CTE law, Perkins V, provides states and local communities with the opportunity to be creative in ensuring that all young people—particularly those from...

Oakland, California. The name by itself is so rich in history it exudes feelings of nostalgia or grief—or both. The city housed the late Maya Angelou and the infamous Black...

The Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act (Perkins V) includes several provisions that support the implementation of Linked Learning and other...

This webinar will provide an overview of what’s in the new law, which will go into effect on July 1, 2019, plus how the new law can specifically support the implementation of...

HIGH SCHOOL SOUP

Congress remains at a standstill over budget reconciliation, with a looming December deadline to make key decisions to keep the government open and funded. Meanwhile, the Senate...

Washington, D.C. is abuzz with activity as Congress narrowly avoided a government shutdown. Both the administration and Congress have made addressing student loan rules and...

Across the country, schools have opened their doors to a new school year while striving to keep children and educators safe. The Biden Administration is stepping in with new...

It’s been another busy week on Capitol Hill. Senate Democrats passed a $3.5 trillion budget resolution that will expand public education by four years and make other critical...

It was a busy week on Capitol Hill. The House Appropriations Committee passed an education spending bill that would significantly increase federal K–12 funding and prioritize...

THE GRADUATION EFFECT

Increasing California’s high school graduation rate to 90% would create 3,300 new jobs and save $7.7 billion in health care spending. What would a 90% high school graduation rate mean for your local economy?

STRAIGHT A'S

Straight A’s®: Public Education Policy and Progress: April 2021


All4Ed’s EDUimages—A Free Gallery of 700+ Photos of Real Students and Teachers American education is evolving. Our classrooms look different. Our students are more diverse....

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On  July 28, 2021 All4Ed held conversation about new research from NWEA on the academic progress of students during the pandemic and its implications for policies and...

On June 8, 2021 All4Ed held a conversation about recent research on academic growth for students in special education before the pandemic and implications for policies...

Join experts from the across the country to hear the latest in data, policy, and practice.

Ten years ago, the policy landscape for digital learning was uncertain. Only a decade ago, many educators and the public had yet to realize the potential that access to...

When Equity Is Optional: ESSA’s Fifth Anniversary and Early Lessons from Implementation  Panelists Deborah Delisle, President and CEO, Alliance for Excellent...

Not great news from @NSClearinghouse today... The fact that the largest drops are in community college enrollment… https://t.co/l2qd1WM5zs14h
Significant drops in #highered enrollment and completion - esp among low-income students and BIPOC students - negat… https://t.co/uwO061aLk915h
RT @WeAreUnidosUS: A3: Latinx students lag behind wealthier and white peers in finishing college. Latinx students deal with the effect… https://t.co/vS8m86wvfq1d
@EdTrust Exactly. We need to strengthen HS edu and reduce the need for postsecondary remediation. We should also ex… https://t.co/qI0AicXfOn1d
These disparities are extremely concerning -- and are caused, at least in part, by inequities at the HS level that… https://t.co/Sxu0AJoLBD1d
RT @EdDataCampaign: To improve equity in access and outcomes, states, school districts, & colleges should collect, report and use data… https://t.co/mDHFOHsTrF1d
One of the biggest questions heading into last year’s assessments was if and how many states would measure student… https://t.co/Y8egdHYlPQ1d
House and Senate Dems met at the White House last week and appear to be nearing an agreement about $1.5 trillion le… https://t.co/6gddOyJS9D1d
RT @NationalParents: Statewide student testing data on student achievement can be used to help improve low-performing schools and close… https://t.co/RsEHuc85Wo4d
The US Education Dept’s limited tracking of $190B in pandemic support funds sent to schools has left officials in t… https://t.co/2lfkrwRukt4d
In @All4Ed’s latest #FederalFlash, Congress is at a stalemate, with #FreeCommunityCollege in limbo. But it’s not… https://t.co/9De0MakEcu4d
Is Free Community College on the Chopping Block? https://t.co/zNdbdAFyLx4d
States were left to develop their own tracking systems about how districts are spending recovery funds, and now man… https://t.co/J7d2f0uzij5d
Our recent #GradNation report w/ @AmericasPromise showed substantial declines in racial inequalities in HS grad rat… https://t.co/YzUGZFTyi05d
Congratulations to @CatherineLhamon on her confirmation as Assistant Secretary for @EDcivilrights at @usedgov! We… https://t.co/CJwCkLEOpf6d
RT @MigrationPolicy: MPI & others have partnered with @All4Ed to compile #COVIDEdEquityLessons Check out this guide that helps school… https://t.co/6RX8AmwvbL6d
Research shows that students are more receptive to listening to advice or getting feedback from someone close in ag… https://t.co/fyYlo7mVeH6d
RT @EdProgress: Check out this guide from @All4Ed that helps school and district leaders develop and refine a learner-centered remo… https://t.co/rtS3F9SjT36d
RT @EdReformNowUSA: Technology and the internet are a part of the fabric of schooling and life in the 21st century. Advocates must urge… https://t.co/Eupc4UNgdO6d