Objective, Rigorous, and Useful Research to Understand the Post-Katrina School Reforms in New Orleans
In the wake of the Hurricane Katrina tragedy, an unprecedented new system of public education was put in place. The purpose of the Education Research Alliance for New Orleans (ERA) is to understand how this new era in school reform has influenced teaching and learning in the city’s schools and what the findings mean for the future of school reform.
What are the Sources of School Discipline Disparities by Student Race and Family Income?
A policy brief by Nathan Barrett, Andrew McEachin, Jonathan N. Mills, and Jon Valant on differences in suspension rates and durations by race and family income in the state of Louisiana.