We currently focus on four issues to advance our theory of change:

Student-Centered Learning Designs

We support and clear policy barriers for educators who shift learning from one-size-fits-all, to personalized, learner-driven, and culturally affirming.

Autonomy and Shared Power

We advocate for decisions to be made closer to students, and support educators sharing power among their teams, students, families, and communities.

Outcomes That Matter

We push schools, districts, and states to define, measure, and be accountable for broader forms of student academic, social, emotional, and civic success.

Educator Talent Pathways

We advance policies, programs, and pathways that recruit, prepare, and retain innovative and talented educators who reflect the communities they serve.