This comprehensive project on teacher professional development identifies policies and practices states are using to effectively prepare and support teachers.
This study of OUSD's New Small Schools Initiative assesses how the new schools are performing, what factors influence their achievement, and recommends policy strategies that build on current successes.
This project examines how three urban, socioeconomically and racially diverse public high schools utilize a comprehensive focus on SEL to produce high achievement and engagement.
Prudence Carter and Kevin Welner brought together a team of experts to examine the causes of and remedies to the inequality of learning opportunities in America's schools.
This project supported multiple research efforts identifying and supporting equitable schools and examining teacher effectiveness and desegregation.
The Alliance for Excellent Education and SCOPE teamed up to look at ways other nations have enhanced teacher effectiveness and to see if the lessons learned could be applied in the U.S. context, producing a report and a webinar on their findings.
Frank Adamson and Linda Darling-Hammond examine how and why well-qualified teachers are inequitably distributed to students in the United States.
This project investigates Milwaukee's unique reform approach that applies both an aggressive school choice plan and a managed instruction approach.
SCOPE is working with Knox County Schools' Fulton High School in Tennessee to develop four small learning community academies through a federal grant. The high school is strengthening project-based learning within academy teams.