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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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A free library of photos celebrating students—and the educators who teach them—in seven schools across the United States.
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October 31, 2023

Publication | Accountability and Support, College and Career Pathways, Data, High Schools

College and Career Readiness Close-Up

A three-part series on leading state practices to hold high schools accountable for providing pathways that prepare students for college and careers
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January 24, 2023

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

Understanding and Improving Title I of ESEA

The research is clear: funding matters. All4Ed explains Title I and exploreshow funds can be better targeted to districts with the highest concentrations of students living in poverty.
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podcast | Future Ready Schools, Learning Sciences, Librarians

There are so many facets to our role as librarian.  Prioritizing collaboration leads to deeper connections with our students, school, peers and wider community. Connect with our guest: Lisa Weiss Instagram: @LWeiss10_ces_library  LISTEN to the POdcast Subscribe

page | Budget and Resources, Data and Privacy, Future Ready Schools, Robust Infrastructure

The “Empowering the Future: Navigating Equity, Safety, and AI in Education” Virtual Workshop is on December 12th starting at 11 am ET.

podcast | Data, Digital Divide, Digital Learning, Future Ready Schools, Learning Sciences, Librarians

Join us in this exciting episode of the “Future Ready Librarians” podcast as we delve into the transformative world of AI and ChatGPT in the school library. Discover how these cutting-edge technologies are revolutionizing the way students access information and how librarians are fostering curiosity and critical thinking. Hear from Stephanie, aka the Lispy Librarian, […]

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At All4Ed, we believe in the power of collaboration to drive transformation in education. That’s why we are proud to partner with like-minded organizations that share our vision of fostering innovative and equitable learning environments. Our partners are integral to our mission, bringing unique insights, resources, and expertise to support our program’s initiatives. Together, we […]

podcast | Future Ready Schools, Librarians

When children feel lonely, their brain physiology and emotions are not in the best state for learning. In this podcast, professional toy inventor, and founder of KEVA Planks, Ken Scheel, will share how librarian’s have an unique opportunity to help children find friends by creating spaces and opportunities that foster collaboration, creativity and friendships. Connect with […]

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All4Ed is proud to receive the generous support from the following organizations to advance our mission from the classroom to Congress. Their generous support influences educations from the classroom to Congress to ensure all students, particularly those historically underserved, graduate from high school prepared for success if college, work, and life. 2023 FUNDING PARTNERS: 2023 […]

press_release | Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment, Data and Privacy, Future Ready Schools, Robust Infrastructure

New report underscores the vital role of college credit transfer policies in maximizing the benefits of dual enrollment programs for students and taxpayers. Contact: Enrique A. Chaurand Email: Phone: 816-825-1072 Washington, DC — Today All4Ed has released an insightful report entitled – “Giving Credit Where Credit is Due” – on the importance of college […]

podcast | Future Ready Schools, Librarians

At the secondary level especially but sometimes in elementary school too, people see or hear great ideas but immediately their brains jump to all the reasons why it would never work. But what if, just what if, it DID work? What if the teachers did get on board? What if the kids could handle it? […]

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

Evidence demonstrates the power of dual enrollment to increase postsecondary enrollment and completion. But it has an Achilles heel: credit transfer. The idea behind dual enrollment is powerful. When high school students enroll, and succeed, in college courses, they simultaneously gain access to advanced coursework while saving on college costs. Savings take place in two […]

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