We’re motivated by something greater than the bottom-line. We believe in supporting both the health of the education system in the United States and the well-being of each and every student. So we make a point to share what we learn with others who are positioned to make a difference, too.
Teacher Diversity Among Relay Graduate School of Education Teachers: Highlighted Findings
Non-traditional educator preparation programs, such as the Relay Graduate School of Education, may be an effective way to introduce more teachers of color into the teacher supply pipeline. Here, we summarize evidence using six years of longitudinal data from the New York City Department of Education to address three research questions related to reducing racial and ethnic mismatch between students and teachers.Learn More
Evaluating the Impact of COVID-19-Related Interventions: Key Considerations and Available Approaches
This resource provides guidance for education agencies that are considering how and when to evaluate programs designed to address the impacts of COVID-19 on student outcomes. We present some key questions to consider, share common data requirements, and outline different options for designing the analytic approach.Learn More