High School

Making the Grad-Rate Meaningful (Part 3)

This is part three of a three-part series on Student Centered Accountability. See part 1 (Fourth Year and Understanding Mobility) and part...

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Making Every Student Count, Every Year (Part 2)

This post is a guest post by Chase E. Eskelsen, M.Ed., Project Manager of National Academic Policy at K12 Inc. This is part two of a...

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Student Centered Accountability: Grad Rate – Fourth Year and Understanding Mobility (Part 1)

This post is a guest post by Chase E. Eskelsen, M.Ed., Project Manager of National Academic Policy at K12 Inc. This is part one of a...

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How Career Readiness Fared in the First ESSA State Plans

This blog post is a guest post by Austin Estes, policy associate, and Kate Kreamer, deputy executive director, at Advance CTE.  On Dec....

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Too Many Students Still Need Remediation

This is a guest blog post by Shana Payne, Director, Delaware Higher Education Office, Delaware Department of Education.  In Delaware –...

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Best of 2016

It’s been a pleasure to serve as your education policy team this year! As we close out the year and look forward to working with you...

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K-12’s Role in College Affordability

A presenter at the STEM Funders Network last week in Denver commented that it is great there is a push for free community college; however,...

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Policy Levers for CTE Dual Enrollment

Career and technical education (CTE) dual enrollment – it may just be the Reese’s peanut butter cup of policy strategies to improve...

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Education Innovation in Idaho Program

This blog is a guest post by Sen. Steven Thayn. Idaho’s Advanced Opportunities program reduces the cost of college to students, their...

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2016 Dual Enrollment and AP Legislative Enactments

 In many states, the dust is settling on yet another legislative session. Dual enrollment, Advanced Placement (AP) and other avenues for...

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