The Whole Child Policy Table unifies and coordinates the work of a broad set of policy partners working to create school environments in which every student is supported to learn and thrive academically, socially, and emotionally.
LPI—in partnership with WestEd and the Friday Institute—has developed a series of research reports, associated briefs, and an overall Action Plan to provide a research base to inform North Carolina policy reform.
The California Performance Assessment Collaborative (CPAC) convenes educators, policymakers, and researchers who are working to analyze and advance the use of authentic approaches to assess and support student learning.
Following a major court decision requiring more adequate and equitable school funding in New Mexico, the Learning Policy Institute conducted research to support the development of a new, equitable and high-quality system of education.
The Teacher Licensure Collaborative supports participating states in revising teacher licensure and certification standards to incorporate whole child practices, include social and emotional learning, and ensure alignment with the science of learning and development.