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"Effective leaders for education must be able to navigate increasingly complex, political and changing environments at the local, state and national levels.” - IEL

EPFP is designed to prepare leaders who can be effective in turbulent contemporary environments. Fellows are equipped with a deeper understanding of the policymaking processes that drive educational practice. They are introduced to education reform ideas and issues through program activities focused on U.S. and global issues, but anchored by their state EPFP program's context. Interactions with researchers, politicians and top officials in public, private and non-profit organizations and agencies give Fellows opportunities to learn about leaders and leadership, increase their knowledge of education and related policy issues and refine their understanding of policymaking and implementation processes. Fellows also become familiar with range of practices and strategies leaders use to function effectively in the policy environment and the connections and disconnections among local, state and national policies.

 

May 2017: POLICY NEWS, REPORTS & RESOURCES

 

Policy Resources

Executive Order on Federalism Education

On April 26, President Trump signed an executive order delivering on his commitment to ensure education decisions are made by those closest to students. It directs Secretary DeVos to review and, if necessary, modify and repeal regulations and guidance previously issued by the Department that overstep the legal authority of the federal government.  “My Administration has been working to reverse this federal power grab and give power back to families, cities, [and] states. Give power back to localities…We know that local communities do it best and know it best” the President said at the signing. Read the remarks and watch the video.

Getting to Teacher Ownership: How Schools Are Creating Meaningful Change

Annenberg Institute for School Reform’s series of publications and supplementary materials, examines how teachers can gain a sense of ownership of school and system-level improvement efforts. The study examines how some high schools in California, implementing various improvement approaches, have engaged teachers in transforming and learning. 

The 2nd Annual New Education Majority Poll: Black and Latino Parents and Families on Education and Their Children’s Future

The New Education Majority Poll captures the beliefs of Black and Latino parents and families and reveals the actual perspectives, aspirations, and concerns that they have about their children’s education and the education system itself. The annual survey seeks to enrich discussions on education policy and practice by amplifying the voices of Black and Latino Parents and families. The findings this year are similar to last, where perceptions of racial disparities remain strong, and Black and Latino parents and family members continue to place a high premium on high expectations and academic rigor for their children. 

 

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