Monthly Archives: February 2015

Are We Closing the School Discipline Gap?

This report from The Center for Civil Rights Remedies analyzes discipline data at elementary and secondary schools for every district in the nation and estimates 18 million days of lost instruction in just one year.  The report highlights the individual states … Continue reading

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How Our Schools Are Holding Black Girls Back

This Time Ideas piece by Lori Bezahler, President of the Edward W. Hazen Foundation, Cassie Schwerner, Senior Vice President of Programs at the Schott Foundation for Public Education, and Kavitha Mediratta, Head of Racial Equity Programs at The Atlantic Philanthropies, … Continue reading

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We have added 8 new resources to the Time For Equity web tool

We have added 8 new resources to the Time For Equity web tool. National Equity Atlas It’s About Time: Lessons from Expanded Learning Time in Meriden, CT Better Together: A Resource Guide of After School System Builders Expanded Learning Time: … Continue reading

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Expanded Learning Time: A Summary of Findings from Case Studies from Four States

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Expanded Learning Time: A Summary of Findings from Case Studies from Four States

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Transforming Student and Learning Supports: Developing a Unified, Comprehensive, and Equitable System

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National Equity Atlas: Education Levels and Job Requirements

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Expanded Learning Time: A Summary of Findings from Case Studies from Four States

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Rural Communities Struggle to Provide After-School Programs

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Rural Communities Struggle to Provide After-School Programs

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