Welcoming New Network Members and Partners in 2022

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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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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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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E4E Voices From the Classroom: A Teacher Town Hall

Attracting, supporting, and retaining great teachers is top-of-mind as we move into the spring of a third pandemic-interrupted school year. While some warn that unprecedented numbers of teachers are likely to leave the classroom this summer, others feel that these fears have been overblown. In this session, we hear from the educators themselves. Educators for […]

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Looking Back & Looking Ahead: Race & Education Policy Landscape Update

Efforts to advance legislation that curtails the teaching of history, literature, and race in education have continued to spread across the country, and the playbook to target school boards, schools, teachers, curricula, and classroom instruction continues to evolve. Join for this discussion on new research, how recent legislation in Indiana failed, what leaders in Tennessee […]

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