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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 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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press_release | Accountability and Support, Congress, Data, Digital Divide, Digital Learning, US Department of Education

All4Ed commends the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for its decision to approve changes to the E-rate program, specifically to support the off-premises use of Wi-Fi hotspots and internet services through libraries and schools.

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

Hoy, estamos discutiendo las nuevas regulaciones del Título IX que entrarán en vigor el 1 de agosto de 2024. Desde 1972, el Título IX ha prohibido la discriminación basada en el sexo en programas educativos que reciben asistencia financiera federal.

podcast | Accountability and Support, US Department of Education

Today, we’re discussing the new Title IX regulations set to go into effect on August 1, 2024. Since 1972, Title IX has prohibited discrimination based on sex in education programs receiving federal financial assistance.

press_release | Congress, High Schools, US Department of Education

Read Phillip Lovell statement on Labor-HHS-ED subcommittee FY25 funding bill: “If you want to turn back the clock on education to 2011, this bill is for you.” Bill proposes drastic cuts to vital programs for our nation’s students, teachers, & schools. Our students & educators deserve better.

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

En este episodio de Flash, abordamos un tema crítico: el impacto de las redes sociales en la salud de los adolescentes.

Las redes sociales pueden crear comunidades y también pueden afectar la salud mental de los estudiantes.

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.

press_release | Congress, High Schools, US Department of Education

Future Ready Schools® (FRS), a prominent national education organization, and Capstone, an innovative learning company that merges children’s content with user-friendly edtech tools for K-5 classrooms, libraries, and homes, are excited to announce the newest series of Future Ready Schools Leadership Forums later this year.

press_release | Congress, High Schools, US Department of Education

All4Ed joins the nation in commemorating the 70th anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court decision, Brown v. Board of Education.

podcast | Accountability and Support, College and Career Pathways, Congress, Funding Equity, US Department of Education

Recientemente, la Senadora Maggie Hassan, una demócrata de New Hampshire, y el Senador Todd Young, un republicano de Indiana, se unieron para presentar el Acta de Rápido Acceso y Tránsito a la Universidad o Fast Track To and Through College Act.

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