What lessons can be learned from the challenges of COVID to improve flexibility, equity, and innovation in the K-12 system? A recent report from the University of Pittsburgh’s Institute of Politics (IOP) Education Policy Committee, Learning from Crisis: Policies and practices that support flexibility in providing equitable learning opportunities for all students, seeks to answer […]
Due to the pandemic, states and districts are getting a large influx of money from the federal government- known as the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund, or ESSER. On June 8th, the Education Policy Club on Clubhouse held a workshop on ESSER funding. Moderators covered the main facts about ESSER, how states and […]
Tanya Borachi Tanya Borachi served as a Consultant at Education Policy Strategies in 2021. Previously, Tanya worked at Cody High School in Detroit as a College Advisor. She is passionate about dismantling institutional barriers that prevent marginalized students from obtaining the best educational opportunities. Tanya holds a Master’s in Public Policy with a concentration in […]
Clubhouse– Education Policy Club on THU, Jun 3, 8:30 PM (EDT) Topic: 📚 🏫 Policy Analysis Workshop – School Improvement Speakers: Maria Worthen-Founder & Principal Consultant, Education Policy Strategies Dr. Berthena Nabaa-McKinney- CEO, Nabaa Consulting, LLC Christine M. T. Pitts– Portland Public Schools, Education Policy Leader Dr. Cathy Owen-Oliver-Leadership Coach and Educational Consultant Overview: How […]
Education Policy Strategies’ Maria Worthen contributed to the report, which highlights state-level innovation around seat time policies.