Working Group: ESSER Tracking and Advocacy

This ESSER Tracking and Advocacy Working Group is open to all Network members. In this meeting, PIE Network leaders including Chad Aldeman (Edunomics Lab), Christine Pitts (CRPE), Bree Dusseault (CRPE), Phyllis Jordan (FutureEd), and Tafshier Cosby (NPU) will discuss what we know about ESSER spending so far, and what the next phase of this work […]

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Survey Says: June 2022

PIE Network brings you the latest surveys and public opinion polls that capture the perspectives of students, parents, teachers, principals, and system leaders. Learning Heroes released their June 2022 survey results “Hidden in Plain Sight: A Way Forward for Equity-Centered Family Engagement.” Their work finds: Grade inflation, inconsistent parent-teacher communication, and a lack of parental […]

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Tennessee’s New Funding Formula: A Conversation with Advocacy Leaders

Tennessee leaders made big moves in the 2022 legislative session, as the state passed a major bill to modernize its education finance system and direct resources where they are needed most through the adoption of the Tennessee Investment in Student Achievement (TISA) formula. Join this session to hear from PIE Network leaders on what this […]

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PIE Network Members And Partners Celebrate Tennesee’s Investments In Students 

Tennessee policymakers and advocates are celebrating historic legislation, as Governor Lee signed the Tennessee Investment for Student Achievement (TISA) into law. The new law replaces the state’s Basic Education Program, which was passed in 1992. Below are links and excerpts from PIE Network members and partners on the passage of the new law as well […]

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Survey Says: May 2022

PIE Network brings you the latest surveys and public opinion polls that capture the perspectives of students, parents, teachers, principals, and system leaders. Axios compiled data on declining enrollment trends:  Districts with the most remote learning lost 4% of their students.  New York saw the most significant decline of any state, with a nearly 6% […]

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