#BackOff: An Update on the Campaign to Protect Charter Schools

The U.S. Department of Education’s potentially damaging proposed updates to the Charter Schools Programs (CSP) grants spurred advocates across the country into action. Join us for a discussion with Debbie Veney (National Alliance for Public Charter Schools) on how the Alliance and its partners are pushing back on the proposed rules by developing a social […]

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Seeding Success: Expanding High-Quality Charters

As the critical challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic persist, public charter school enrollment continues to grow in states across the country. In this discussion, David Griffith (The Thomas B. Fordham Institute) will share data and analysis on the benefits that charter schools bring to increasing equitable learning outcomes across metropolitan areas, and Todd Zeibarth (NAPCS) […]

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Survey Says: September 2021

PIE Network and the Center on Reinventing Public Education’s Evidence Project collaborated to bring you the latest surveys and public opinion polls that capture the perspectives of students, parents, teachers, principals, and system leaders on the COVID-19 crisis. Our survey portal tracks the latest polls, highlights important insights, and allows users to search for information by stakeholder […]

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Celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Network Leaders

The PIE Network stands united with Asian American and Pacific Islander communities: #StopAsianHate.  Members of the PIE Network believe that education can—and should—be transformative, and that change is needed now in the ongoing fight for racial justice and educational excellence. This #AsianPacificHeritageMonth we celebrate some of many Asian American and Pacific Islander leaders across the Network. […]

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Recovery to Reinvention Series: Funding Students, Not Systems

This continues the Walton Family Foundation-sponsored series, designed in partnership with PIE Network and Bellwether Education Partners. The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored that students and families have complex educational needs that require a range of solutions and learning environments—there is no one-size-fits-all and students benefit when families are empowered to make the best decisions for […]

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