Monthly Archives: June 2015

Extra Time Yields Promisng Results for Struggling Connecticut Schools

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Extra Time Yields Promisng Results for Struggling Connecticut Schools

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Extra Time Yields Promisng Results for Struggling Connecticut Schools

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More quality time: Schools’ best weapon in the battle against poverty

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Putting the Pieces Together: Sustainable Funding for Expanded Time in Public Schools

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How Our Schools Are Holding Black Girls Back

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Reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act: Time to Move Beyond Test-Focused Policies

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Are We Closing the School Discipline Gap?

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Time for Equity Webinar #3: The Center for Educational Policy’s Report on Expanded Learning Time

During the T4E third webinar, CEP’s Jennifer McMurrer and Matthew Frizzell presented their report on the strategies being used by case study sites to meet the federal requirements and encouragements for expanded learning time, and the challenges, successes, and impacts … Continue reading

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