Three months is all the time we had to enjoy the idea of our new house. Nestled in the suburbs outside Colorado Springs, I just knew this house was the forever home where our two boys, Eddie and Jeffrey, would finish school and maybe – one day in the future – bring home a grandkid […]
ExcelinEd’s new Opportunity Learning Hub offers quick, efficient videos for people interested in policies that expand educational opportunity. Take a look at these videos in the Hub’s Tax-Credit Scholarship series to become a more proficient advocate for education choice! Tax-credit scholarships are one of the fastest growing school choice programs. These programs incentivize individuals and businesses […]
My enthusiasm keeps building as we get closer to this year’s National Summit on Education Reform. The opportunity to spend time with more than 1,000 leaders and policymakers who are passionate about helping students is definitely my idea of a good week.
We hope you will be able to join us at #EIE18 next month! ExcelinEd’s D.C. team has some great recommendations for your #EIE18 trip. Register today so you can experience Washington D.C. like a local!
Perkins V requires that Perkins Reserve funds must be used to foster innovation in CTE and promote programs aligned with high-skill, high-wage or in-demand occupations or industries.
Computer skills are now essential for school and career success, which is why ExcelinEd works with states and partners to ensure students have the resources to become digitally literate. Code.org’s new 2018 State of Computer Science Education captures school-level data showing where computer science courses are currently being taught. An update on the March 2017 report, this release identifies the 33 states […]
With education and economic success so closely intertwined, Raj Chetty has a lot to offer to those of us in education reform.
ExcelinEd presents a new brief, School Interventions Under ESSA: Harnessing High-Performing Charter Operators, to provide information on leveraging federal funds and promoting rigorous, evidence-based turnaround strategies for states.
Parents want educational programs that empower them to choose the best setting to meet the learning needs of their children. This is certainly true for Florida families where the demand for educational choice far exceeds capacity in both public and private choice programs. Florida’s Tax Credit Scholarship program – the largest private school choice program […]
I was fortunate to have the opportunity to visit South Carolina earlier this month to speak with the House Education and Public Works Ad Hoc Committee on Public Charter Schools. Policymakers and education leaders in the Palmetto State have done a great job creating viable opportunities for families around the state. But we cannot rest. […]