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Webinar | October 26, 2022
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Webinar | October 26, 2022
In this webinar, experts will discuss what whole child design looks like and what it means for broader systems change. Local education leaders will provide lessons learned from their whole child design efforts and discuss how state policy can accelerate or impede these efforts.
Webinar Series | October 2022 - May 2023
Photo collage of students and teachers engaged in deeper learning
Webinar Series | October 2022 - May 2023
This webinar series explores the various elements of whole child policy featured in the Whole Child Policy Toolkit and shares insights from state and district policymakers who have engaged in efforts to shift toward whole child education.
September 22, 2022
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September 22, 2022
The U.S. Department of Education virtual Professional Learning Series takes an in-depth look at how community schools can transform student learning and outcomes. The series examines programs from across the country, explores ways that community school approaches can further whole child learning, and digs into the ways that pandemic federal relief funding (including American Rescue Plan funds) have been used to support community schools.
September 20, 2022
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September 20, 2022
Access to deeper learning is essential in a knowledge-based economy, but most schools, especially those serving low-income students and students of color, still focus on routine lower-level skills. The inequalities are so deep-seated that clearing a path to deeper learning for marginalized young people has required—and continues to require—considerable engagement in civil rights litigation, enforcement, and advocacy, as well as education reform.
June 30, 2022
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June 30, 2022
With California’s expansion of transitional kindergarten and the development of a p-3 credential, the state has a pivotal opportunity to build a teacher workforce that has deep expertise in working with its youngest learners and families. Panelists at this webinar explored strategies to transform early childhood teacher preparation in California to ensure p–3 educators are well prepared to provide high-quality learning experiences to students across a range of settings.
June 7, 2022
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June 7, 2022
Strong school leadership is critical for shaping productive learning environments, supporting teachers, and influencing student outcomes. This webinar, co-sponsored by AASA, explored district policies and practices that can lead to the presence of strong leaders in schools and shared examples of districts that have successfully implemented such practices.
June 6, 2022
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June 6, 2022
Effective principals produce better outcomes for their schools. Two comprehensive studies on principal learning, commissioned by The Wallace Foundation, explore the roles universities, states, and districts all play in ensuring that principals get the preparation and ongoing support they need to be successful. Researchers from the Learning Policy Institute and RAND Corporation shared highlights from these studies, followed by a panel discussion on research implications.
April 21, 2022
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April 21, 2022
The Learning Policy Institute will be well represented at the AERA 2022 Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA, from April 21 to April 26, 2022. Staff and research fellows will present their research on a range of topics, including community schools, educator preparation and retention, and education equity.
December 7, 2021
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December 7, 2021
Making timely, effective connections between research, policy, and practice can be a difficult task for researchers, policymakers, and educators alike. In this webinar, leaders in education discuss the challenges and opportunities in putting evidence into practice to improve outcomes for children and students—including showcasing different models being developed in California.
December 2, 2021
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December 2, 2021
California's commitment to expand transitional kindergarten (TK) to all 4-year-olds in the state by 2025-26 will require the addition of up to 11,000 new lead teachers. In this webinar, experts from across the state discuss how teacher residencies can play an important role in expanding a well-prepared TK workforce to help meet this need.