This report examines quantitative study results of California’s system for special education funding and offers evidence-based considerations to improve equitable outcomes for students with disabilities.
California State Special Education Funding System Study, Part 2: Findings, Implications, and Considerations for Improving Special Education Funding in California
This report explores an in-depth quantitative analyses of California’s system for special education funding and offers evidence-based considerations to help inform state-level decision-making and improve equitable outcomes for students with disabilities.
This report concludes a multiyear series of implementation studies intended to inform the California State University (CSU) system about the implementation of Executive Order 1110 (EO 1110).
Beyond Tuition, Costs of Teacher Preparation: Descriptive Analytics from the Aspiring Teachers’ Financial Burden Survey
This report helps higher education leaders to better understand the financial realities of aspiring teachers in the context of their personal circumstances.
Going Further Together: Building Ownership and Engagement to Support High-Quality Teacher Preparation
This report produced by Bank Street College of Education and WestEd shares strategies for building successful teacher preparation programs that have expanded shared ownership and engagement to ensure program development and longevity.
Breaking Down Barriers, Building Relationships: Delaware’s Collaborative Approach to Inventorying Whole-Child Efforts
This case story describes Delaware Department of Education (DOE)'s collaborative approach to inventorying whole-child efforts, using and adapting the guide to comprehensively review their statewide initiatives.