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Seattle Times | March 19, 2016
BOSTON — For more than a decade, fourth-graders in Massachusetts have been, on average, the most literate children in the country. They also compute at higher levels. The same is true for eighth-graders. And for overall K-12 achievement.
wwlp.com | March 16, 2016
STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, MARCH 16, 2016…..The Joint Committee on Education on Tuesday endorsed a summer learning bill that supporters describe as a key toward closing achievement gaps among Massachusetts students.
Huffington Post | March 8, 2016
In order to fix schools, policymakers and administrators should maybe stop focusing entirely on them. That's the premise of a new, multiyear initiative from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, which is working with six cities to help improve their education systems. The project, " By All Means: Redesigning Education...
KTVU San Francisco | March 7, 2016
KTVU interviews Education Redesign Lab Director Paul Reville and Oakland Unified School District Superintendent Antwan Wilson discuss Oakland's participation in By All Means.
Harvard Crimson | February 26, 2016
The Education Redesign Lab at the Harvard Graduate School of Education has unveiled a new, youth education equity initiative that aims to tackle systemic inequalities preventing young students from academically succeeding.
WGBH | February 25, 2016
A new program announced this week by the Harvard Graduate School of Education intends to reduce the achievement gap between wealthy and low-income students. The program entitled, All Means: Redesigning Education to Restore Opportunity, will be implemented in three Massachusetts cities including, Somerville, Newton, and Salem, as well as Providence,...
Insider Louisville | February 24, 2016
Harvard Graduate School of Education has selected Louisville as one of six cities to participate in a program that will develop ways to close the achievement gap for socio-economically disadvantaged children. The program — dubbed “By All Means: Redesigning Education to Restore Opportunity” — also calls on the cities’ mayors...
Somerville Patch | February 24, 2016
Three Massachusetts cities will join the By All Means initiative - a collaboration between the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) and public officials to further education reform in the United States. Somerville, Newton and Salem were among six cities chosen for the multi-year endeavor, which will work to reshape...
Boston Globe | February 24, 2016
Harvard researchers are launching an initiative at school districts in Massachusetts and three other states in an effort to help close the achievement gap among students, the university announced on Tuesday.
Louisville Business First | February 23, 2016
Louisville is one of six cities that have been chosen to take part in a major education initiative aimed at removing the link between a child's socioeconomic status and his or her educational success.

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