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This pillar is apart of the Pathways to Progress: A Federal Roadmap for College and Career Pathways. The standard curricula can be limiting for young people in high school. Though they prepare students to meet high school graduation requirements, their structures rarely emulate those of postsecondary education. As a result, schools, states, and the federal […]
press_release | Accountability and Support, College and Career Pathways, Educator Policy
Today All4Ed is pleased to announce the release of its Federal Pathways Agenda – “Pathways to Progress: A Federal Roadmap for College and Career Pathways” – the first in our upcoming series on College and Career Pathways, explores access to advanced coursework.
page | Accountability and Support, Career and Technical Education, College and Career Pathways
Our nation’s future is full of promise as we recognize the potential for reimagining high schools to center learners and create systems that fully support them in their educational pathways. In the evolving landscape of education, our nation’s young people are thinking about their futures differently. Today, “54% [of students] say the pandemic has changed […]
blog | Accountability and Support, Assessment, Budget and Resources, College and Career Pathways, COVID Response & Recovery, Federal Education Budget, Funding Equity, State of the State Addresses
January marks the time for Governors across the nation to address a joint session of their legislature and deliver a State of the State Address. This annual speech serves as a way for a Governor to introduce legislative and policy priorities for the coming year. While the format and name of each address varies from […]
blog | Accountability and Support, Data, Digital Divide, Digital Learning
Today, we’ve got two major announcements that are shaping the future of education. Let’s dive in! Recently the U.S. Department of Education has unveiled the 2024 National Education Technology Plan (NETP), which frames three key divides limiting the transformational potential of educational technology to support teaching and learning, including: But the NETP isn’t just any […]
publication | Accountability and Support, Every Student Succeeds Act, Federal Education Budget, Funding Equity
States should use accountability to identify and provide extra resources to struggling schools, yet many schools spent less, not more, after being identified.
press_release | Accountability and Support, Every Student Succeeds Act, Federal Education Budget, Funding Equity
All4Ed’s latest report sheds light on accountability systems and spending in the schools that need it most. States should use accountability to identify and provide extra resources to struggling schools, yet many schools spent less, not more, after being identified.
activity | Digital Divide, Digital Learning, Future Ready Schools
Making Connections: From Classroom to Congress Digital Learning is for Every Student, Everywhere, Everyday Sponsored by: All4Ed’s “UnDisrupted” podcast hosts, Adam Phyall and Carl Hooker highlighted amazing educators who embody the transformative power of digital learning each and every day. DLDay 2024 was not just about recognizing the immense power of technology; it was about […]
activity | Future Ready Schools, Librarians
This summit is proudly offered in partnership with UCET/UELMA. Join us for the Future Ready Librarians (FRL) Summit, an inspiring professional learning event designed to empower district librarians as catalysts for change. Discover how you can lead from the library and become a driving force for innovation in today’s ever-evolving educational landscape. For administrators: Explore […]