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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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February 27, 2023

Publication | Accountability and Support, College and Career Pathways, Data, Every Student Succeeds Act, High Schools

Undermeasuring: College and Career Readiness Indicators May Not Reflect College and Career Outcomes

A 50-state analysis of how well states’ college and career readiness measures reflect high school completers’ preparedness for postsecondary opportunities.
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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 | All4Ed Archives, Educator Policy

All4Ed Flash is All4Ed’s video-shorts podcast series on important developments in education policy brought to you by the All4Ed policy team. Watch the most recent episode below, or search our library for older episodes. Episodes are also available on our YouTube channel and as a podcast. We regularly update in both English and en Español. […]

podcast | Budget and Resources, Educator Policy, Future Ready Schools, Librarians, Literacy, Robust Infrastructure

 In this podcast, Shannon McClintock Miller talks to Chad Lehman about the importance of why we need specific policies for our libraries. He outlines the process and shares the work he did within his school library to create, share and get support behind the work too.  LISTEN to the POdcast Subscribe

publication | Assessment, College and Career Pathways, Congress, Data, Educator Policy, Every Student Succeeds Act, Federal Education Budget, Funding Equity, Higher Education, Opportunity to Learn

All4Ed joined eight civil rights, disability rights, education, and immigrant advocacy organizations to urge Congressional leaders to prioritize whole child equity in their fiscal year FY23 appropriations bills.

press_release | Educator Policy, Other Priorities

Our country’s future depends upon all of America’s youth receiving an excellent education, and teachers will deliver. Let’s show them the respect they deserve. Thank you, teachers, for all you do every day.

publication | COVID Response & Recovery, Educator Policy

We call on our nation’s employers to allow highly qualified employees to volunteer in schools and districts.

video | COVID Response & Recovery, Digital Divide, Educator Policy

President Biden’s first State of the Union address makes many links to issues facing American families, and their children, including early childhood education, student mental health and support for higher education. Meanwhile, communities across the country work to keep schools open and safe despite tensions on the best ways to educate the next generation. Finally, […]

publication | Congress, Educator Policy, Federal Education Budget

All4Ed, Teach Plus, and over 50 partners sent a letter to Congress to support President Biden’s proposal for investing in the educator workforce in the American Families Plan.

publication | Congress, Educator Policy, Federal Education Budget

All4Ed joined Teach Plus and other partner organizations to write to Congressional leaders in support of the inclusion of the Biden-Harris Administration’s American Families Plan for Education and Preparation for Teachers to train, equip and diversify the American teaching force in the FY22 appropriations budget.

publication | College and Career Pathways, Congress, COVID Response & Recovery, Digital Divide, Educator Policy, Federal Education Budget, Higher Education

Congress should include in the budget resolution no less than $800 billion in reconciliation instructions to the Senate and House education committees to support students’ recovery from COVID-19.

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