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What Have We Learned? Making Connections Across Four Years of Research on the New Orleans School Reforms

Douglas N. Harris

Date & Time
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
12:00–1:00 pm
1555 Poydras Street, Suite 700

The Edu­ca­tion Research Alliance for New Orleans (ERA-New Orleans) has released find­ings from 17 stud­ies since its incep­tion in 2013. Through these stud­ies and dozens more near­ing com­ple­tion, we have estab­lished sev­er­al key insights about the post-Kat­ri­na school reforms’ effects. In this brown bag, we will con­sid­er the emerg­ing big pic­ture” and the impli­ca­tions for New Orleans and beyond:

  • How well is the sys­tem work­ing overall?
  • How are var­i­ous pieces of the sys­tem working?
  • Have there been unin­tend­ed consequences?
  • How can the sys­tem be made to work better?

While this pre­sen­ta­tion will not focus on a sin­gle study like most Brown Bags, we hope that atten­dees will still offer feed­back on and con­tribute to the con­ver­sa­tion about key find­ings from four years of ERA-New Orleans research.

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