California

California

California is home to over 10,000 K-12 public schools serving more than one in 10 of all students in the United States. California can be lauded for its ground-breaking experiment in weighted student funding (LCFF), a commitment to accountability and standards innovation, and the support learn more >

California

California is home to over 10,000 K-12 public schools serving more than one in 10 of all students in the United States. California can be lauded for its ground-breaking experiment in weighted student funding (LCFF), a commitment to accountability and standards innovation, and the support learn more >

California
Georgia

Georgia

Georgia serves over 1.7 million students in a wide range of school types, including a large number of rural schools, a growing number of charter schools, and a strong and growing early childhood education system. With one of the broadest data collection and reporting systems learn more >

Georgia

Georgia serves over 1.7 million students in a wide range of school types, including a large number of rural schools, a growing number of charter schools, and a strong and growing early childhood education system. With one of the broadest data collection and reporting systems learn more >

Georgia
Colorado

Colorado

Serving more than 900,000 students, Colorado has endeavored to build a strong and integrated early childhood education program and ranks among the highest in the nation for offering students a “chance for success,” according to EdWeek’s Quality Counts 2017. With a majority of school districts learn more >

Colorado

Serving more than 900,000 students, Colorado has endeavored to build a strong and integrated early childhood education program and ranks among the highest in the nation for offering students a “chance for success,” according to EdWeek’s Quality Counts 2017. With a majority of school districts learn more >

Colorado
Illinois

Illinois

Illinois public schools represent a broad set of student and school needs. The state is home to the second largest public school district in the country and nearly 300 districts with fewer than 600 students, and a rapidly increasing population of English learner students. With learn more >

Illinois

Illinois public schools represent a broad set of student and school needs. The state is home to the second largest public school district in the country and nearly 300 districts with fewer than 600 students, and a rapidly increasing population of English learner students. With learn more >

Illinois
Mississippi

Mississippi

A majority-rural state, Mississippi is among the highest ranking states for early childhood education opportunity and enrollment. However, with a record of low academic performance, under-funding, and a shortage of school administrators, Mississippi schools face significant challenges. Through partnerships with local advocates and policy-makers in learn more >

Mississippi

A majority-rural state, Mississippi is among the highest ranking states for early childhood education opportunity and enrollment. However, with a record of low academic performance, under-funding, and a shortage of school administrators, Mississippi schools face significant challenges. Through partnerships with local advocates and policy-makers in learn more >

Mississippi
New Jersey

New Jersey

A small state serving a large and increasing number of students, New Jersey has been home to innovative and experimental reforms in education in recent years, including an unprecedented financial investment in struggling districts, teacher support systems, and a growing value placed on stakeholder engagement learn more >

New Jersey

A small state serving a large and increasing number of students, New Jersey has been home to innovative and experimental reforms in education in recent years, including an unprecedented financial investment in struggling districts, teacher support systems, and a growing value placed on stakeholder engagement learn more >

New Jersey
Ohio

Ohio

With the sixth-largest public school system in the country, Ohio serves over 1.8 million students in mostly rural and suburban school districts. Ohio has seen steady increases in student performance over the past 30-40 years; however, recent decreases in public school spending at the state learn more >

Ohio

With the sixth-largest public school system in the country, Ohio serves over 1.8 million students in mostly rural and suburban school districts. Ohio has seen steady increases in student performance over the past 30-40 years; however, recent decreases in public school spending at the state learn more >

Ohio