When public education is research-based, resourced, and community-powered, it is indispensable for advancing equity, ensuring a vibrant economy, and establishing a representative democracy. Working with a vast network of leaders in the field of education, we are co-creating resources that enable building on what works, changing what doesn’t, and constantly improving to achieve an equitable, high-quality, public education system.
New Playbook: Building a Strong and Diverse Teaching Profession
The new Teaching Profession Playbook offers a comprehensive set of strategies that work together to recruit, prepare, develop, and retain high-quality teachers and bring greater racial, ethnic, and linguistic diversity to the profession.More
Community Schools PlaybookMore
Truth in Our Classrooms Bridges Divides: A Messaging GuideMore
Fund Education Instead GameMore
Financing Community SchoolsMore
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Changing the Narrative on Public Education ToolkitMore
Updating American Public EducationMore
A Policy Framework for Tomorrow’s LearningMore
Challenges like racial injustice, inequity, and remodeling the education system can be solved by working together in new ways. To support this, we are gathering resources from partners and leaders in the field that illustrate the importance of public education, provide helpful research on what’s working and the challenges ahead, and present affirmative approaches to policy and practice.
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New Insights for Project-Based Learning
Research briefs from Lucas Education Research summarize the findings of peer-reviewed studies examining the impact of project-based learning across subjects and grades. The briefs provide context for the research and can help policymakers, educators, system leaders, and families deepen their understanding of what the evidence reveals about the effectiveness of rigorous project-based learning.More