After developing its content over the past year and a half, we are pleased to present the full Research and Policy Brief series.
This post links to the 100-page book, but you can also view the individual briefs in the subsequent "We Choose ALL" blog posts. To read each of the supporting reports, scroll thru the next 10 posts, selecting the "Read More" button to view each brief.
The following recommendations result from the year's worth of project research.Read more
We Choose ALL Research & Policy Brief 2018.1
John Rogers, UCLA
The Values of Inclusivity, Interdependence and Collective Determination Underscore the Relationship of Public Education to DemocracyRead more
We Choose ALL Research & Policy Brief 2018.2
Linda Darling-Hammond, Learning Policy Institute
...a System of schools worth choosing in which every child is chosen by a good school...
We Choose ALL Research & Policy Brief 2018.3
Kevin Welner, University of Colorado
Janelle Scott, UC Berkeley
Tina Trujillo, UC Berkeley
Designing a complex education system also involves maximizing the goals of efficiency, quality, equity and choice, as well as social cohesion...bringing us together as a society.Read more
We Choose ALL Research & Policy Brief 2018.4
Patrick M. Shields, Learning Policy Institute
Titilayo Tinubu Ali, Learning Policy Institute
We explore the experiences of other charter-dense districts to draw out lessons...What might LAUSD learn from other districts' experiences?
We Choose ALL Research & Policy Brief 2018.5
Charles Taylor Kerchner, Claremont Graduate University
From Popular Innovation to Wedge Issue
We Choose All Research & Policy Brief 2018.6
Jeannie Oakes, UCLA & Learning Policy Institute
Building an LAUSD Grounded in the Principles of Deeper Learning, Student Centeredness, Equity, Inclusivity, Democracy and Collective ResponsibilityRead more
We Choose ALL Research & Policy Brief 2018.7
Sylvia G. Rousseau, USC
...School Choice is equitable only when the first choice available to every student is a quality school within reasonable distance from her or his home
We Choose ALL Research & Policy Brief 2018.8
Patricia Gandara, UCLA