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Are Charter Schools Better at Matching Teacher Demographics and Training with Student Needs? The Role of Autonomy, Geography, and Economies of Scale
The Annenberg Institute strives to equalize and improve educational opportunities. By bringing together diverse thinkers to tackle difficult problems, the Institute advances the broader field: harnessing the power of Brown’s community to develop education leaders, building actionable knowledge through systematic research, partnering with educators and policy-makers for local impact, and encouraging robust civic discourse.
We equip education leaders with timely and relevant research to tackle the most important challenges in the field.
Conducting rigorous research on educators in K-12 public schools to build knowledge that pushes the field forward.
The Center of Work on Race and Education at the Annenberg Institute provides a space an inclusive space to rethink how we interrogate race and education.
This work aims to inform policy decisions through understanding historical and recent patterns of educational outcomes in Massachusetts.
The Annenberg Institute’s Rhode Island education research initiatives bring together local education leaders and researchers to solve pressing educational challenges, with a specific focus on student engagement and teacher learning.
Advancing teacher learning to support equitable outcomes for all students.
Rethinking how a university can enrich education systems to best serve children and youth.
The Annenberg Institute is dedicated to understanding the causes and mitigating the consequences of educational inequality in innovative, research-informed and multidimensional ways.