Two K-12 initiatives that are launching this week aim to capitalize on the mounting support for taking a more holistic approach to educating poor children, a shift away from the view that has heavily emphasized that schools alone can counteract the effects of poverty.
EdWeek | February 23, 2016
HGSE News | February 23, 2016
The new initiative aims to eliminate the link between children’s socioeconomic status and achievement.
CBS San Francisco | February 23, 2016
The Harvard Graduate School of Education announced Tuesday that it has selected the Oakland Unified School District to be one of six districts in the country to participate in a new program aimed at improving educational outcomes for all students. Harvard officials said the multi-year initiative, which is called, “By...
Worcester Telegram | December 24, 2015
Clive McFarlane's take on the new ESSA legislation and its implications for children living in poverty.
November 2, 2015
Paul Reville discusses standardized testing on Boston Public Radio.
October 7, 2015
Listen to Paul Reville discuss testing and the post-Arne Duncan era with Tom Westbrook.
EdWeek | July 7, 2015
It's a typical night: My wife gets off the phone, having just talked with a neighbor about helping her son find a summer job in the major medical center where she works. I'm on my computer writing a college-recommendation letter for the daughter of some other friends. I interrupt to...
HGSE News | May 1, 2015
A new initiative will focus on building a new education “engine” for 21st-century success in schools.
EdWeek | April 21, 2015
Despite the cacophony over the Common Core State Standards, new assessments, teacher evaluation, portfolio districts, and other hot-button issues, education leaders are bearing down ever harder on tried-and-true school reform strategies.
The Boston Globe | March 18, 2015
Massachusetts’ residents justifiably take pride in our reputation for educational excellence. We host some of the leading educational institutions in the country and our public schools routinely post the nation’s top scores. However, our public universities and schools are comparatively disadvantaged when it comes to selecting leaders.