By All Means Study
The Education Redesign Lab has embarked on a multi-year study of the work of the By All Means consortium. The primary aims of this study are to document the process of moving towards new, integrated systems of education and child development in each of the consortium cities; to highlight which strategies moved the cities forward in creating these systems and what barriers the cities encountered (impediments research); to examine how these cities incorporated the needs of all students, especially those living in poverty, into their system designs; to understand how students, teachers, and parents, and others experience elements of the new system; and to analyze quantitative outcomes on a range of measures.
The Lab recently asked leadership from several By All Means' partner cities to reflect on how their work incorporates the needs of students with learning differences. Check out the video below to hear their responses: