New Study - Voices of New Orleans Youth 2022: How are our city's children doing after three unusual years?
A new study by Jamie M. Carroll, Douglas N. Harris, Alica Gerry, and Lindsay Weixler examines how students view their teachers, schools, and communities.
What Effect Did the New Orleans School Reforms Have on Youth Crime?
A new study from Stephen Barnes, Douglas N. Harris, and Lan Nguyen examines how the post-Katrina school reforms affected youth conviction rates.
What Happens When Families Whose Schools Close Receive EdNavigator Support and OneApp Priority?
This study examines enrollment and achievement outcomes for New Orleans students whose schools closed at the end of the 2017-18 school year. In that year, families from closing schools were offered two types of assistance in the form of priority in the centralized enrollment system and help from the nonprofit EdNavigator in selecting their next placement.
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-New Orleans) 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.
How are Salary Dollars Allocated in New Orleans Public Schools, and How Has that Changed Since 2005?
by Olivia Carr
A Research Snapshot by Olivia Carr compares how New Orleans public schools divide salary dollars by job role pre- and post-Katrina.