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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 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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blog | College and Career Pathways, Data, High Schools, Higher Education

by Anne Hyslop
April 10, 2023

Most states use college and career readiness indicators, but new research show these measures may be underestimating students’ postsecondary potential.

press_release | Career and Technical Education, College and Career Pathways, Congress, High Schools, Higher Education

All4Ed applauds Rep. Joe Neguse for introducing the STEM Pathways Through College Act (H.R. 8231).

video | COVID Response & Recovery, Digital Divide, Federal Communications Commission, Federal Education Budget, Higher Education, US Department of Education

President Biden announced a new program to help millions of families afford high-speed internet and released his budget for FY2023. Meanwhile, the White House continues to debate student loan debt cancellation

publication | Career and Technical Education, College and Career Pathways, High Schools, Higher Education

In the 74, Deb Delisle and Anne Stanton argue for investing in the “decade of difference” for our youth—ages 14-24—to create create seamless transitions to the world after high school.

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.

publication | Career and Technical Education, College and Career Pathways, Congress, High Schools, Higher Education

The Postsecondary STEM Pathways Grant Program would authorize grants to states to align their policies supporting advanced coursework and postsecondary transitions and to expand student access and success in a STEM pathway.

press_release | COVID Response & Recovery, Higher Education, Opportunity to Learn

We commend President Biden’s proposed $1 billion increase in funding to hire more P-12 school professionals to address the student mental health crisis.

video | Accountability and Support, College and Career Pathways, Congress, Every Student Succeeds Act, Higher Education, Other Priorities, US Department of Education

Congress leaves Build Back Better on the backburner as they prepare for a Supreme Court nomination, but looming deadlines may force them to move on FY2022 appropriations or face a government shutdown. House Democrats also unveiled the America Competes Bill, which includes provisions to expand STEM pathways, the Supreme Court takes up an affirmative action […]

Federal Flash, December 22, 2021

video | Accountability and Support, Congress, Every Student Succeeds Act, Higher Education, Other Priorities, US Department of Education

The Build Back Better Act may have received a fatal blow as a key senator says he cannot support the bill as it stands. Meanwhile, the Biden administration proposes new guidance as states resume their school accountability plans, and reassesses its deadline to end the moratorium on student loan repayments on February 1. Finally, across […]

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