Heterogeneity across cities has increased: the experience of neighborhood poverty is likely to depend more today than in 1990 on the city in question.
Nov 1, 2018
The Prevalence of Collaboration Among American Teachers: National Findings from the American Teacher Panel
This report explores the prevalence of teacher collaboration in schools across the United States and assesses the extent to which teacher collaboration varies in schools with different levels of students in poverty.
Feb 28, 2018
Developing Community Schools at Scale: Implementation of the New York City Community Schools Initiative
This report takes stock of the implementation of the New York Community Schools Initiative as of the 2016-2017 school year by analyzing data from the first two full years of program implementation.
Oct 11, 2017
Assessing the Benefits of a Rising Tide: Educational Attainment and Increases in Neighborhood Socioeconomic Advantage
The finding neighborhood economic improvement is positively associated with educational attainment for adolescents of all races is consistent across two distinct analytic strategies and two different measures of educational attainment.
Aug 18, 2017
Connecting College Students to Alternative Sources of Support: The Single Stop Community College Initiative and Postsecondary Outcomes
This report examines a program designed to improve the well-being of low-income communities by connecting individuals to public benefits and other institutional and community resources to address nonacademic barriers to college completion.
Nov 30, 2016
Support for Instructional Leadership: Supervision, Mentoring, and Professional Development for U.S. School Leaders: Findings from the American School Leader Panel
This report presents findings from a nationally representative survey of school principals regarding on-the-job supports that districts offer school leaders, particularly focusing on school leader supervision, mentoring, and professional development.
Oct 31, 2016