Tag: Center on Reinventing Public Education

Could learning pods evolve into a sustainable solution for K-12 education?

Editor’s note: This analysis from Alice Opalka, a research analyst with the Center on Reinventing Public Education, appeared today on The 74. It originally published on CRPE’s education blog, The Lens. Over the past school year, the Center on Reinventing Public Education has tracked how pandemic learning pods evolved from emergency responses[Read More…]

Lessons from Florida’s fast action on remote learning

Editor’s note: This commentary from Travis Pillow, editorial director for the Center on Reinventing Public Education and former managing editor for redefinED, appeared April 25 on the CRPE website. On March 13, Florida schools announced an extended spring break, which would be followed by a statewide shutdown extending into April—and[Read More…]

Groups push charter schools on discipline for special needs students

Charter schools should revamp their discipline practices to create better learning environments for “ALL students” — especially children with special needs, a range of education and civil rights advocates said today in a joint statement. The groups, which include the main national charter school association, the association of charter school authorizers, the Black Alliance for Educational[Read More…]