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.
A letter from the Executive Director: As we look ahead to a new school year it is important to take a moment to look back and recognize the thousands of educators across this state who worked so tirelessly over the last two plus years. At California Education Partners, we sincerely appreciate your commitment to students when […]Read more
2022 Spring Convening Recap Between April 26th and May 12th, the Ed Partners team was thrilled to welcome back district teams from all five of our collaborations to in person convenings for the first time since January 2020. It was fantastic to reconnect with our 8th Grade and College On Track teams and to bring […]Read more
In partnership with San Francisco Unified School District Leaders, Stanford University researchers work found ethnic studies courses increase longer-run academic engagement and attainment Anti-racist curricula and teaching methods are a potentially potent way for schools to better promote a just society and improve educational outcomes for low-income students, students of color, and all students. Ethnic […]Read more
On Track for Improvement: Leveraging the power of a network to improve student results Carnegie Summit 2022 Congratulations to the Elk Grove Unified team for their presentation last week at the Carnegie Summit on Improvement in Education. EGUSD has been part of the College On Track collaboration sine 2018. Their presentation titled “On Track for Improvement: Leveraging […]Read more