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State Policy Center

Welcome to the All4Ed State Policy Center! 

All4Ed is building on our mission of expanding equitable educational opportunities for all students by creating this open resource to share equity-centered model legislation and supporting resources. Building policy from the classroom to Congress, All4Ed is collaborating with policymakers, advocates, and practitioners to provide policies needed in classrooms and legislatures across the country. We welcome state policymakers and advocates to utilize the materials provided in the way most useful to you, and stand ready to provide technical assistance or answer questions if helpful! 

As the State Policy Center continues to grow, we are seeking policy and advocacy organizations, policymakers, and practitioners for future collaboration. If you or your organization is interested, please reach out to us at the email provided below. 

Policy Priorities

College and Career Pathways

Model policies to develop, strengthen, and sustain critical college and career pathways that offer students high-quality academics, work-based learning, and skills to become life-long learners.

Digital Equity

Model policies to support students as digital citizens and ensure access and opportunity to effective digital teaching and learning for all students and educators.

Next Generation Accountability

Model policies that build, reform, and support state accountability systems so that they ensure equity, prioritize excellence, and foster continuous improvement.

Featured Resources

Governors Set the Stage: Unveiling Legislative Priorities in their Annual State of the State

How the Oakland School District Persuaded Voters to Increase Taxes to Support College and Career Readiness – Twice

Interview with Senator Elena Parent

All4Ed interviewed the Senator about her work in education policy, including her support for data transparency for Georgia’s dual enrollment program, and her continued bipartisan work to move legislation in the Georgia Senate.

Additional Resources

State Policy Center Press Release