For the public to engage meaningfully in discussions over major education policy shifts, they need help from policy communicators. Lacking a concrete sense of education as a system – and focusing primarily on the visible agents in education (teachers, students, and parents) – it can be difficult for the public to grapple with nuanced policies such as Title I funding or competing proposals for redesigning federal rules for state assessment systems.
Framing for Change
Synthesizing results from 20 years of research on framing education issues, this presentation provides 5 evidence-based practices that can be used to build public support for education...
Culture Change Project
The Culture Change Project looks empirically at whether and how culture is changing, for whom, and with what effects. Emerging trends provide strategic insight for organizations working towards...
Advancing Anti-Racist Education
How School Leaders Can Navigate the Moral Panic about “Critical Race Theory”