My Bellwether colleagues have been busy putting out some awesome new content recently. Some highlights:
Julie Squire, Melissa Steel King, and Justin Trinidad have a new deck on private schools and the “microschool” movement. Justin takes a deeper look at two low-cost private school models, Cristo Ray and Build UP.
Ashley LiBetti has advice for what would be the nation’s largest teacher residency program, and interviews Kathy Glazer, the President of the Virginia Early Childhood Foundation (VECF), which is bringing the apprenticeship model to early childhood.
Jennifer Schiess argues that North Carolina lawmakers missed an opportunity to increase their investment in early childhood education.
Bonnie O’Keefe and Brandon Lewis write about four ways states can improve their assessments.
And in conversations about juvenile justice facilities, Max Marchitello wishes we spent more time talking about the educational services provided to students in those facilities.
–Guest post by Chad Aldeman