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Deeper Learning in the Time of COVID-19: Leveraging performance assessments & Graduate Profiles to best prepare for re-opening (Part 3 of 3)
Part 3 of our Deeper Learning series will explore how performance assessments & Graduate Student Profiles were used in California to meet the demands of learni…
- April 15, 2020
Logan Beyer writes how COVID-19 disproportionately impacts communities of color, low-income areas & children from traditionally underserved backgrounds.
- September 11, 2019
Maria Duarte discusses how back-to-school conversations focus on privileged narratives & dismiss struggles experienced by students from low-income communities.
This study tour in Oakland, CA gave participants with the opportunity to see how schools are promoting equity, diversity, & personalized learning to ensure all…
This convening highlighted examples from across the country of innovative and effective ways to support students from K-12 through postsecondary credential att…
This webinar provided information and tools about building professional capacity to better support students, particularly ELLs.
Strategies to Improve Outcomes for High School English Language Learners: Implications for Federal Policy
OVERVIEWThis forum examined strategies to improve the achievement, language proficiency, and graduation rates of adolescent English Language Learners (ELLs). T…
OverviewThis fact-finding trip, funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, enabled state policymakers to learn about Texas’ strategies for moving its E…
- July 13, 2010
Building Capacity to Promote College- and Career-Readiness for Secondary-Level English Language Learners: Policy Brief Featuring Austin, Texas
SynopsisThe American Youth Policy Forum (AYPF) convened a group of policymakers from five states for a visit to Austin in May, 2010 to focus on strategies for …