Education Resource Strategies (ERS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to transforming how urban school systems organize resources—people, time, technology, and money—so that every school succeeds for every student.
Tulsa Public Schools (TPS) started the school year with a burst of energy, catalyzed by new superintendent Deborah A. Gist, one of Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People. Dr. Gist has energized the central office in many ways: an “un-convocation” video featuring a pep-talk and dance party, a... More »
As school districts across the country are increasingly seeking to make the most of the resources they have and to organize people, time and money in more sophisticated, higher-impact ways, the role of district budget staff is changing. They must now bring a strategic perspective and set of... More »
In this video, school district leaders from New York State share their plans for reallocating resources to meet student needs, and their vision for the the state can help them succeed More »
Reports from CRPE and the Urban Institute dive deeper into NAEP results to reveal bright spots and systemic reforms in urban education. More »
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