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At All4Ed, we are committed to expanding equitable educational opportunities for students of color, students from low-income families, and other marginalized groups. Search our publications, podcasts, videos, webinars, and other tools to learn more about the policies and practices we promote to ensure all students graduate from high school prepared for college, work, and life. 

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EDUimages

A free library of photos celebrating students—and the educators who teach them—in seven schools across the United States.
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February 1, 2024

Publication | Accountability and Support, Every Student Succeeds Act, Federal Education Budget, Funding Equity

When Equity Is Optional: Does Accountability Drive School Spending? 

States should use accountability to identify and provide extra resources to struggling schools, yet many schools spent less, not more, after being identified.
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November 6, 2023

Publication | College and Career Pathways, Higher Education, State Policy Center

Giving Credit Where Credit is Due

Evidence demonstrates the power of dual enrollment to increase postsecondary enrollment and completion. But it has an Achilles heel: credit transfer.
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podcast | Collaborative Leadership, Community Partnership, Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment, Future Ready Schools, Professional Learning, Robust Infrastructure, Use of Space and Time

Leading a school requires balancing multiple roles and creating an environment where teachers and students thrive. Massachusetts Principal of the Year, Andrew Rebello, the Assistant Superintendent-Principal, at Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School focuses on building strong community partnerships, providing mental health support, and empowering teachers to be experts in their classrooms, fostering a culture of excellence and engagement.

podcast | Future Ready Schools, Learning Sciences, Librarians

In this episode, Shannon is joined by guest Melaney Michael Sanchez. The two discuss about the importance of caring for yourself as well as using teacher institutes and experiences as inspiration for renewing yourself and motivating students!

podcast | Digital Learning, Future Ready Schools, Opportunity to Learn, Professional Learning

It’s time to gear up for ISTE Live 24! Adam and Carl are joined by Jennifer Ragan-Fore, the Chief Experience Officer at ISTE. Jennifer shares some exciting items that you want to include on your ISTE Live schedule.

podcast | Data, Future Ready Schools, Professional Learning

Melody Hawkins (@MHawkinsEDU), the 2021 National University Teacher of the Year, shares her journey from a science background to becoming a teacher and leader, emphasizing the importance of teacher motivation, empathetic leadership, and social-emotional learning.

blog | Accountability and Support, Data, Data and Privacy, Digital Divide

by Ally McCraw
June 12, 2024

In today’s rapidly changing digital landscape, adolescents are increasingly connected online. With up to 95% of teenagers, and even 40% of children aged 8-12 on social media, this surge in digital participation has sparked concerns regarding its detrimental effects on adolescent mental health among parents and the American Academy of Pediatrics, who have declared a youth mental health crisis.

podcast | Accountability and Support, Data, Digital Divide, Social and Emotional Learning, US Department of Education

In today’s rapidly changing digital landscape, adolescents are increasingly connected online. The surge in digital participation has sparked concerns regarding its detrimental effects on adolescent mental health among parents and the American Academy of Pediatrics, who have declared a youth mental health crisis equity and opportunity. This week we discuss what some states are doing about it.

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In today’s rapidly changing digital landscape, adolescents are increasingly connected online. With up to 95% of teenagers, and even 40% of children aged 8-12 on social media, this surge in digital participation has sparked concerns regarding its detrimental effects on adolescent mental health among parents and the American Academy of Pediatrics, who have declared a youth mental health crisis.

podcast | Future Ready Schools, Learning Sciences, Librarians

In this podcast, Sarina LaTorre-Sicurella joins Shannon to talk about what it looks like to transition from public to school librarianship.

podcast | Data, Future Ready Schools, Professional Learning

Meeting students where they are and intentionally addressing their needs is the key to equity and effective teaching, according to Principal Kafele, in Episode 9 of Season 6. He emphasizes the importance of self-reflection and assessing one’s own leadership to continuously improve.

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