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The Learning Policy Institute conducts and communicates independent, high-quality research to improve education policy and practice. RT/follow ≠ endorsement.
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Learning Policy Inst 15m
"California is full of committed educators and inventive citizens who are focused on bringing back an education system that was once in decline." Interview with on her appointment to via .
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Learning Policy Inst 44m
We'll be joining the today at 1 pm ET to discuss how nutrition, physical activity, and social-emotional health (SEH) are related. Hosted by .
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Learning Policy Inst 20h
We're excited to participate in the about supporting the health needs of the —at school, during out-of-school time, and in the home. See you on Aug 21 at 1 pm ET! Hosted by .
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Barbara McKenna 22h
This is giving me goosebumps, it's so powerful. Major initiative by the to "reframe the country’s history...placing the consequences of slavery and the contributions of black Americans at the very center...."
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Learning Policy Inst 21h
This is going to be great! Sign up at link below!
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Barbara McKenna 24h
Replying to @LPI_Learning
. did a similar study on CA schools, finding that all students in districts w/ high numbers of highly qualified teachers achieved at higher rates that peers in districts with more underprepared teachers. Bottom line: **teaching matters.**
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GTL Center Aug 19
WEBINAR: Join , & on 8/23 from 12-1 Eastern to learn about tools that states & districts can use to strengthen educator pipelines & address shortages. Registration is open:
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Amanda J. Lester Aug 17
In an era of landmark education reform and investment, some CA school districts are achieving extraordinary results. At an event on Sept 10, will release a report and case studies looking at these districts.
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The Education Trust Aug 17
Beefing up school security & imposing high-stakes punishments doesn't make schools safer but it does push students into the school-to-prison pipeline. Commentary by via looks at restorative approaches that actually make schools safer
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The Education Trust Aug 16
Historical discrimination detours many students from educational opportunities. How can we invest in high-quality education for all students? @ LDH_ed explores resource inequalities in U.S. schools & efforts to address them in report.
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Learning Policy Inst Aug 19
“As educators, we don’t just teach content; we teach life lessons.” — Christina Torres () in a new post on the urgent need for anti-racist education.
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GTL Center Aug 16
WEBINAR: Join , & on 8/23 from 12-1 Eastern to learn about tools that states & districts can use to strengthen educator pipelines & address shortages. Registration is open:
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Partnership for the Future of Learning Aug 16
In the late 1980s, Connecticut launched an ambitious effort to equalize educational opportunity, infusing resources into low-wealth districts to explicitly improve teaching. More about CT & other state reforms in report.
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The Education Trust Aug 16
Research shows that when more money is spent on education, students’ academic & life outcomes improve—especially students from low-income families. Learn how some states successfully improved their systems in a new report.
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Learning Policy Inst Aug 16
What key lessons can be learned from California’s work towards educational equity & excellence? - Lead with equity - Money matters - Big change requires bigger capacity Find more lessons in our latest blog by :
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Learning Policy Inst Aug 16
Nationwide, only about 3 out of 5 incoming freshmen graduate within six years. 's interviews LPI scholar on his new book, The College Dropout Scandal.
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Forum FYI Aug 16
Research shows that when more money is spent on education, students’ academic & life outcomes improve—especially students from low-income families. Learn how some states successfully improved their systems in report.
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Lori Lite Aug 16
RT : Ways That Social-Emotional Learning Can Be Integrated Throughout the School Day from
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David Kirp Aug 15
College dropout rates are a scandal--interview with me about California and nationwide issues
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The Center-NCCPEP Aug 15
Check out this excellent podcast discussion with Maria Hyler from about their newly released book and research on preparing teachers to approaches that support improved student outcomes through
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