To the CEPR community—our partners, fellows, faculty, and staff—
Thank you for your important efforts supporting students’ success and the health of your communities through the evolving coronavirus pandemic. We understand that this is an unprecedented time and that your work has been disrupted for the foreseeable future.
CEPR is committed to ensuring that our work does not distract from the challenges you now face. Therefore, we will be adjusting or pausing requests to partners around our ongoing projects and reducing the frequency of email communications.
But know that we are here to help. From engaging as thought partners, to connecting you with resources, we want to support you if we can. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at email@example.com.
The CEPR Team
The Center for Education Policy Research (CEPR) is uniquely focused on seeing that research findings are put to practical use. We consult with education leaders and our broad network of partners to ensure we’re studying the most pressing issues. We offer trainings for teachers, coaches, and the next generation of data leaders. And we present our findings as briefs, toolkits, and step-by-step guides. Learn more about our impact.
Data Strategist Spotlight
The task of advancing the power of data analytics to address issues of educational equity and systemic improvement is often marginalized within district leadership. The Strategic Data Project provided me with a breadth of technical and adaptive skills to meet this critical need and support my role as a change agent in my district.”
Advisory Board Spotlight
By supporting a community of school and systems leaders, CEPR is helping end the days of anecdote-based decision-making in public education. Over the last decade, the work of CEPR’s Strategic Data Project has sparked conversations and decisions that were long overdue and created a generation of leaders better equipped to guide policy and practice.”
Doctoral Student Spotlight
Through the PIER Fellowship, CEPR has connected me with partners in its network who have similar research interests. It has supported the resulting partnerships by providing resources to conduct the research, as well as opportunities for feedback from affiliated faculty.”