Informing Policy

ICYMI: Bringing the Actual Science of Reading to Policy and Practice

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During a recent EPI virtual panel event, four experts in early literacy discuss what the science of reading can mean for students, teachers, and in classrooms.


Expanding Evaluation

ICYMI: Early Education for Refugee Children Affected by Humanitarian Crisis

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EPI recently hosted a talk by NYU's Dr. Hirokazu Yoshikawa, an expert in early childhood education. His recent work evaluates early childhood education programming for refugee children from Syria, Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon, and Bangladesh.

In the News

Colleges are Fueling the Pandemic in a Classic Market Failure

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Financial pressures explain why many campuses have brought students back. But economists Susan Dynarski (UM) and Sarah Cohodes (Columbia University Teachers College) say that there is a textbook solution: government intervention.


Relevent Data

EPI launches Michigan Education Data Center

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Researchers use MEDC data to answer the toughest questions facing educators, school leaders, parents, and policy makers in the state and nationwide.

Examining Progress

EPI Releases New Policy Brief

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Applications for Financial Aid Lagging Among Low-Income Students.


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