With schools at the precipice of a COVID-induced fiscal crisis, Congress is poised to make decisions about federal education funding that will have lasting consequences.
NEPC Review: Unleashing Educational Opportunity: The Untapped Potential of Expanded Tax Credit Scholarships in Pennsylvania (Commonwealth Foundation, August 2020)
NEPC Review: Making Next Year Count: Equity in School Accountability (Bellwether Education Partners, Summer 2020)
NEPC Review: Special Education and Distance Learning: Supporting Students through the Pandemic (ExcelinEd, June 2020)
Austerity, Subsistence, or Investment: Will Congress and the President Choose to Bail Out Our Children’s Future?
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Big Claims, Little Evidence, Lots of Money: The Reality Behind the Summit Learning Program and the Push to Adopt Digital Personalized Learning Platforms
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