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July 2022
Building, Sustaining, & Improving: Using Federal Funds for Summer Learning and Afterschool

Sean Worley, Scott Palmer, Nathan Woods

March 8, 2022
EducationCounsel Summary and Analysis of President Biden’s 2022 State of the Union Address

Sean Worley

January 31, 2022
Lessons from a Risk-Based Oversight Model Designed to Protect Students and Taxpayers

Nathan Arnold, Joe Wescott, Beth Stein, and Bethany Little

January 28, 2022
EducationCounsel’s Summary of Secretary Cardona’s Speech on a “Vision for Education in America”

Annie Katz and Jenn Castagna

December 2, 2021
Strong Pipelines, Strong Principals: A guide for leveraging federal sources to fund principal pipelines

Sean Worley, Scott Palmer, Brenda Turnbull (Policy Studies Associates)

November 2021
Students for Fair Admissions, Inc. v. University of North Carolina, What the Federal District Court Said and What It Can Mean for Postsecondary Institutions that Consider Race in Admissions – An Analysis Prepared on Behalf of The College Board

Art Coleman, Jamie Lewis Keith, and Rachel Pereira

October 2021
In Demand: The Real Teacher Shortages and How to Solve Them

Sandi Jacobs

September 2021
Transforming the Education Sector into a Learning System: Reflections on the Pandemic

Dan Gordon, Elise Henson, Scott Palmer, LaVerne Srinivasan

September 2021
Right from the Start: DC’s Groundbreaking Teacher Hiring Strategy

Lynn Olson, Sandi Jacobs, Tom Toch

June 2021
Using Every Student Achieves Act (ESSA) Funds for Early Childhood

Foresight Law+Policy, Center for the Study of Education Policy, EducationCounsel, Erikson Institute, and Start Early