Engaging families can reduce political polarization in schools

District partnerships with parents are key to solving heightened political polarization in schools, according to an Aug. 10 brief from The Brookings Institution. From lawsuits to violent incidents at school events and board meetings, national surveys of K–12 educators — including district leaders, principals and […]

CCEE struggles to clarify its role to LEAs; aims to strengthen Statewide System of Support

The Aug. 31 meeting of the California Collaborative for Educational Excellence (CCEE) focused on discussions of how to improve awareness of what CCEE does in the field, ways to better measure progress made in providing direct technical assistance, how to provide easier access to the […]