Category: News

CEPARE Affiliate News Roundup – Spring 2023

April 24, 2023

Morgaen Donaldson is quoted on the opening of the Connecticut State Department of Education’s (CSDE’s)  Center for Connecticut Education Research Collaboration (CCERC). Read more here. Alex Lamb is quoted in the Associated Press about grade retention and alternative strategies to support students’ learning . Read more here. Sakeena Everett, Alexandra Freidus, and Grace Player receive […]

CEPARE Affiliate News Roundup – Spring 2022

May 11, 2022

Rachel Gabriel is quoted on the pandemic’s impact on early literacy. Read more here. Morgaen Donaldson is quoted on shifting school enrollments. Read more here. Preston Green is quoted on the public/private distinctions of charter schools. Read more here. Sandra Chafouleas speaks on trauma-informed support. Listen here.   Casey Cobb is quoted on Connecticut’s school […]

2022 Philip E. Austin Lecture ft. Travis J. Bristol – Thur., 4/14

April 11, 2022

  The Center for Education Policy Analysis, Research, and Evaluation (CEPARE) is excited to co-present The 2022 Philip E. Austin sponsored lecture “Transforming Public School Systems to Develop Leaders and Teachers: The Next Phase of U.S. Education Reform” featuring Travis J. Bristol Associate Professor, University of California, Berkeley Graduate School of Education To RSVP, please […]

Governor Lamont shares CCERC/CEPARE Summer Enrichment evaluation

March 8, 2022

Governor Ned Lamont shared his comments on a new evaluation of Connecticut’s Summer Enrichment grants. The evaluation was prepared for the Connecticut COVID-19 Education Research Collaborative (CCERC) by CEPARE and led by affiliate researcher Dr. Casey Cobb and co-authors Dr. Dorothea Anagnostopoulos, Kiah Devona, and Kenya Overton.

The Payoff of Preschool: Investing in CT’s Youngest Residents

December 23, 2020

Preschool can help ensure that children reach their fullest potential. Research suggests that preschool has a strong, positive impact on children’s brain development, relationships, and knowledge acquisition, as well as a broader return on investment for society.

Ph.D. Student Pauline Batista Seeks to Support Youth’s Voice

July 30, 2020

Pauline Batista ’16 MA, a current doctoral student in the Neag School’s Learning, Leadership, and Education Policy program, has always been passionate about education. As a teenager, in her hometown of Paraty, Brazil, Batista was enrolled in a rigorous five-year teacher training high school and held multiple paid internships.

Race, Place, and the Uneven Distribution of Black or Hispanic Educators in CT

November 11, 2019

Jeremy B. Landa, a Neag School doctoral student in the Learning, Leadership, and Educational Policy program, prepared the following issue brief — in affiliation with the Center for Education Policy Analysis (CEPA) — exploring the distribution of Black or Hispanic educators across Connecticut’s school districts.