Research Working Group March Meeting

Join the Research Working Group’s March bi-monthly meeting featuring Rebecca Sibilia (EdFund) and Josh McGee (University of Arkansas), who will tell us why “money matters” isn’t enough, and why they’ve created a new nonprofit initiative, EdFund, to address that. They will share the results of EdFund’s survey of education advocates and discuss the importance of […]

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Working Group: Preparing for the Fiscal Cliff

A storm is brewing in school finance, with expiring ESSER funds, declining enrollment, and other financial challenges on the horizon. This conversation is part of a series hosted by PIE Network to help advocates prepare for the fiscal cliff in their states and communities. In this discussion, Lynn Jennings (The Education Trust) will share resources […]

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Educators Reformers Academy – Information Session about Fellowship Opportunity

Education Reformers Academy (ERA) is launching a fellowship to equip a new generation of policy professionals (inside and outside of government) for the work to ensure every child has access to the life-changing power of a great education. ERA fellows will hear from the nation’s top education policy experts and practitioners on foundational topics, including school […]

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Policy Portals FAQs

The PIE Network Policy Portals feature essential and actionable resources to help you and your teams advance your work on policy priorities. Each portal includes videos featuring key leaders in the field sharing history and lessons learned, as well as historical timelines to help understand how policy, politics and advocacy have evolved over time. You’ll […]

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Messaging Workshop with We Believe & Ipsos

Public opinion research continues to find that Americans agree about more than it sometimes appears and that how we talk about potentially divisive topics matters. Join this conversation with Ashley Burns Nascimento (RALLY), Chris Jackson (Ipsos), and Hannah Milgrom (RALLY) to learn more about where people stand on teaching issues related to race, gender, and […]

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Introducing PIE Network Policy Portals

Join this session to learn about the newest set of resources available to PIE Network members: PIE Network Policy Portals. These are on-demand policy resources to support member learning and action. Each portal includes recorded virtual sessions, example legislation, messaging and polling guidance, 50-state legislative and policy scans, research, and a wealth of information to […]

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2024 Executives’ Meeting

The Executives’ Meeting is the only in-person meeting all year that is just for PIE Network executive directors and CEOs. It is a time to connect, reflect, and strategize with your peers from across the country for the work ahead. Registration will open this fall. This event will take place at the Archer Hotel in […]

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Leadership Workshop Series: Hiring Best Practices for Advocacy Organizations

Audience: PIE Network member executive directors and Leadership Institute alumni The Network’s survey data shows that many Network members are hiring this year. Hiring can be time-consuming (especially when you’re often doing the work of your future hire + your regular job duties + running a hiring process – talk about an overfull plate!). This […]

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Charter Authorizing by the Numbers: Highlights & Bright Spots

Charter school authorizers are critical to ensuring that students have access to high-quality, innovative options. To understand how the landscape of charter school authorizers has evolved, the National Association of Charter School Authorizers (NACSA) created Authorizing by the Numbers, a comprehensive study of the numbers and types of authorizers, the size of their portfolios, and […]

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