This is a critical time for all of California’s education communities, particularly those with underserved student populations. The professionals already working in our public school system are the ones most capable of improving outcomes for each student.
Stanford-Sequoia K-12 Research Collaborative
Improving a range of student outcomes for English learners and increasing access and equity for marginalized groups of students.
Math in Common
Supporting one another in the transition to the Common Core State Standards for Math in grades K-8.
CA Language & Learning Innovation Collaborations (CALLI)
Participating districts will focus on deepening their learning and improving student outcomes in one of our three focal areas: High School Math, Academic Language and Early Literacy, and spreading best practices in continuous improvement across their districts.
Pre-K to 3rd Grade: A Small District’s Big Commitment Today, March 7th, Ed Partners was proud to present alongside Buttonwillow Elementary School district at the annual Small School District Association (SSDA) Conference in Sacramento. This session focused on Buttonwillow’s effort to build an academic and structural bridge between their preschool and kindergarten-3rd programs as part […]Read more
This report examines two districts—Azusa Unified and Dinuba Unified—that have begun to shift district structures, policies, and culture to have a measurable effect on student outcomes. Both districts have committed to reducing the D/F rate for students (eighth graders in Dinuba and ninth graders in Azusa) as part of a learning community led by California […]Read more
The Promise of Transitional Kindergarten Creating a 14th grade in our public schools is a game changer, especially for students who come from socioeconomically disadvantaged homes and students who are English Learners. The investment of nearly $3 billion over the next four years is a watershed event in California public education. Given the current challenges of […]Read more
Lessons from the CALLI Collaboration Improving student performance, especially that of those learners who experience poverty, disabilities, language barriers, or some combination of these factors, is an ongoing challenge for many, if not all, school districts. It can be particularly so for smaller or more geographically isolated districts that, compared to their larger urban counterparts, […]Read more