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  • Attaining Educational Equity: A CPE Primer
  • Educational Equity: A Brief Review Integrating school buildings was the first step in an ongoing journey toward achieving educational equity in the U.S. CPE examines how far we’ve come since Brown v. Board and what areas still need to be addressed to fulfill the ruling’s promise.
  • Understanding the Common Core
  • Forty-six states, the District of Columbia, and the Virgin Islands have adopted the Common Core standards, and tests based on these standards are set to go into effect in 2015. Here are some resources to help you understand what to expect.
  • Which Way Up: At a Glance
  • For decades policymakers have sought the latest innovations to turn around low-performing schools. With the advent of NCLB, schools with low performance and sizable achievement gaps were identified for improvement or restructuring, depending on the extent of their challenges.
  • Data Privacy Fact Sheets (PDF)
  • CPE and the Data Quality Campaign designed this guide to help board members respond to questions about education data, including the role data plays in advancing student achievement and the role boards play in safeguarding student privacy.
  • Putting it all together
  • Getting things done in the real world requires skills such as communication and creativity, confidence and persistence. A student who has all of these skills is said to possess “broader competencies” -- and is poised for success.