Throughout the year, Ed Trust—West staffers are in the field — working with educators to identify best practices that help all students excel, collaborating with advocates to advance state and local reforms geared toward closing achievement and opportunity gaps, and advising lawmakers on Capitol Hill of the most promising strategies in education, pre-K through college.
We also speak at conferences and other convenings to share our work and the results of all of these efforts in the field. Below, you’ll find PowerPoint slides and other digital copies of the presentations we’ve given over time. (The most recent ones appear first.)
The Cost of Opportunity: Access to College Financial Aid in CaliforniaWebinar PowerPoint PresentationTuesday, March 26, 2013By Orville Jackson Published: October 8, 2014
A startling new infographic and presentation from The EducationTrust—West (ETW) exposes previously hidden gaps in California’s college and career pipeline, impacting more than four million students. Combining new data from the U.S. Office of Civil Rights (OCR) with data from previous ETW reports, the analysis reveals how low-income, Latino and African-American students in California are getting…
PRESENTATION: District Achievement among Families Improving Education (FIE) Initiative Partners: Using ETW’s District Report Cards Web Tool in Your Advocacy Campaigns
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Ensuring educational equity and creating rigorous coursework for all students daunts most districts. Oakland Unified School District recently reset the bar for graduation to match college entrance requirements in California. Learn how OUSD is partnering with The Education Trust to assess institutional barriers impeding student academic achievement. School counselor-led…