Tutoring Lessons: What We Know About the Impact of Tutoring on Student Learning

Audience: PIE Network Leaders High-impact tutoring has been one of the most ubiquitous strategies for pandemic recovery and learning acceleration in the years since schools faced massive disruptions. Given the time and money invested in this intervention, what have we learned? Joined by Marguerite Roza (Edunomics Lab), Kevin Huffman (Accelerate), Susanna Loeb (Stanford Graduate School […]

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Crossing the Line: A New Report and Data Tool on School Funding and Segregation

Crossing the Line: Segregation and Resource Inequality Between America’s School Districts, a new report from New America’s Education Funding Equity Initiative, shows where the racial and economic divides between neighboring districts are the deepest, and explores how these disparities show up in school district finances. In this discussion, Zahava Stadler and Jordan Abbott of New […]

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Talent Disrupted: Exploring How Well College Students Are Prepared for Employment

While students across the US struggle with college access, affordability, and completion, new research highlights college graduates’ challenges in securing college-level employment. In fact, the report found that only about half of bachelor’s degree graduates secure employment in a college-level job within a year of graduation. Join this virtual discussion with Andrew Hanson (Strada Education […]

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PIE Network: Taking Stock of Pandemic Recovery Efforts

Audience: PIE Network leaders Education advocates across the country are uplifting bright spots and moving to continue or deepen effective pandemic-era interventions as the sector continues to grapple with academic recovery. What’s moving the needle for students, and what additional data and supports for students might advocates consider in the face of a fiscal cliff? […]

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Welcoming New Network Members and Partners in 2024

PIE Network is designed by and for education advocates.  Members of the PIE Network are united by a belief that education can—and should—be transformative. PIE Network members put these beliefs into action by listening to, engaging, and authentically elevating the leadership of students, families, and educators, using data and evidence to drive innovation, improvement, and […]

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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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Math Multipliers: Math Interventions and Expanded Learning Time

Given the concerning state of student achievement in math, Network members are taking action to improve math outcomes. As a part of the PIE Network Math Multipliers series, this session will focus on how advocates can support continued math learning recovery through interventions and expanded learning time, including summer learning. Thomas Maffai (The Oakland REACH) […]

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Fireside Chat with Author and Journalist Benjamin Herold

Join us for a fireside chat with Benjamin Herold about his latest book, Disillusioned: Five Families and the Unraveling of America’s Suburbs. Herold is a veteran education reporter whose work has appeared in Education Week, PBS NewsHour, Huffington Post, The Hechinger Report, NPR, WHYY, and the Philadelphia Public School Notebook. The Atlantic hailed this new […]

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