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We seek to foster improvements in learning and enrichment for disadvantaged children and the vitality of the arts for everyone.
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Wallace Foundation Jun 22
This weekend, is airing the second ep of their show, “Principles for Effective Principals.” This episode features interviews with 3 NYC principals involved with our Principal Pipeline Initiative. View it at 7:30am on Sat or 6:30pm on Sun.
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Wallace Foundation Jun 22
Missed the recent webinar on Building Principal Pipelines? See how to catch up with it and other resources here:
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Wallace Foundation Jun 21
Check out a presentation by American Institutes for Research (AIR) on their research finding that high-quality programs that incorporate music, theater or other arts into core subjects such as English and math can make a difference in learning:
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Wallace Foundation Jun 21
Mentoring of . That's the priority for the biggest # of states in an effort to boost school leadership. Learn what else they are doing.
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Wallace Foundation Jun 20
Are you challenged by cash flow projects? A new tool on our Strong Nonprofits website can help.
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Wallace Foundation Jun 20
Teachers College examines recent developments in cross-sector collaborations for education:
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Wallace Foundation Jun 19
"Not all studies are created equal—so how can busy journalists make the best use of their time when considering whether to cover one?" See six tips for using education research that Wallace's Director of Research, Ed Pauly, has for reporters:
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Wallace Foundation Jun 19
A recent Corporation study explores how states, districts and schools can adopt tap ESSA funds to support social and emotional learning. This extensive review of programs found 60 that meet Tiers I-III of ESSA evidence requirements.
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Wallace Foundation Jun 18
Leader tracking systems allow districts to better train, hire and support school principals. See the report:
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Wallace Foundation Jun 18
There's no one-size-fits-all when it comes to governing citywide systems. For 15 cities, forms of governance broke down into three categories. See what they are.
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NAESP Jun 13
Check out the May/June supplement, “Principal Practices,” focusing on the essentials of principal leadership:
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Wallace Foundation Jun 14
If you build it they will come. But many may not stay. balances between different audiences for
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Wallace Foundation Jun 14
consumer guide lets elementary schools/OST programs compare 25 programs to align w/ their needs and goals.
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Wallace Foundation Jun 13
After managing Wallace’s afterschool system building effort for five years, Priscilla Little says that “the next frontier … is changing the conversation so that it starts with equity and what young people need to be successful...”
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Wallace Foundation Jun 13
Check out the latest edition of "Quality Measures," a tool to help preparation programs do a thorough self-examination so they can identify their strengths and weaknesses:
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Wallace Foundation Jun 12
Mentoring of . That's the priority for the biggest # of states in an effort to boost school leadership. Learn what else they are doing.
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Wallace Foundation Jun 12
Check out a presentation by American Institutes for Research (AIR) on their research finding that high-quality programs that incorporate music, theater or other arts into core subjects such as English and math can make a difference in learning:
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Wallace Foundation Jun 11
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Wallace Foundation Jun 8
Effective audience research helps organizations better understand their target group's interests.
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Wallace Foundation Jun 8
“References to ‘character’ make some people cheer and others suspicious. Associating the word ‘emotional’ with the word ‘learning’ may provoke eye rolls in some place and applause in other.” See more on how we talk about SEL.
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