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.
The opportunity to provide transitional kindergarten to all 4-year-olds will fill a critical equity gap toward accessing early education. Read the full article.Read more
Lessons from Math in Common: What Did Distance Learning During COVID Teach Us About Better Professional Learning?
When COVID-prompted shutdowns moved instruction out of the classroom, learning to use new tech tools was one of the primary hurdles faced by district staff and teachers.Read more