Resources from the Field

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March 2019 | Broken Mirrors: Black Student Representation at Public State Colleges and Universities
The Education Trust

In this report, The Education Trust examines Black representation among undergraduates and degree earners in 41 states to see which states have public colleges and universities (both two-year and four-year) that reflect the public they were designed to serve.

March 2019 | Governors’ Top Education Priorities in 2019 State of the State Addresses
Education Commission of the States

This special report is the result of tracking, analyzing and identifying trends in education policy proposals featured in governors’ State of the State addresses.

March 2019 | Integrating Social, Emotional, and Academic Development (SEAD): An Action Guide for School Leadership Teams
The Aspen Institute

This guide provides practical advice, curated resources, and action steps for school leaders to improve the student experience, calling out specific equity implications in every section to give these issues priority in planning.

March 2019 | Living and Learning Well: A grown-ups guide to using technology with young children
Silicon Valley Community Foundation and Common Sense Media

This guide, based on surveys and conversations with thousands of parents and educators, is filled with research-based tips, information and resources to give families, educators and other grown-ups the support they need to guide children safely while embracing today’s digital world.

March 2019 | Postsecondary Governance Structures
Education Commission of the States

This data visualization resource from Education Commission of the States provides top-level story lines about aspects of the varied and complex postsecondary governance landscapes in each state and the District of Columbia.

March 2019 | The Science of Early Learning
Deans for Impact

This report summarizes current cognitive-science research related to how young children — from birth to age eight — develop skills across three domains: agency, literacy, and numeracy.

March 2019 | Visual Arts Matter
Education Commission of the States

This resource explores how visual arts support students’ academic success both within and outside of school settings by cultivating learning skills, boosting academic achievement and enhancing the educational experience of traditionally underserved students.

February 2019 | 529 Education Savings Plans: Federal Action and State Policy Trends
Education Commission of the States

This policy brief provides a detailed look at 529 education savings plans including a breakdown of maximum annual dollar amounts and state tax deductions allowed, and more.

February 2019 | Developing Math Skills in Early Childhood
Mathematica Policy Research

This brief presents a new approach to support the development of early math skills in young children. The approach synthesizes the influence of parents, home environment, and children’s health care providers.

February 2019 | Digital Learning Strategies for Rural America: A scan of policy and practice in K–12 education
The Foundation for Blended and Online Learning

This report provides insight into innovative learning environment and course design developed at the state- and school-level to support the unique needs of students attending, and communities that are home to more than half of the country’s school districts - those in rural America.

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