About This Project

The Collaborative for Student Success is proud to partner with the Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) and the Edunomics Lab at Georgetown University on a new effort to identify innovative education practices. This effort will help school leaders learn from their peers and ensure all students are on track for success in school, college, and careers. 

Our Mission

Lift up and focus attention on practices that have the potential to help schools recover stronger and all students benefit. This focus helps to bolster support for sound policy above the political fray.

Texas will provide 30 hours of accelerated

instruction to low-performing students.

The San Antonio Independent School District in Texas added

30 optional days of school.

Nevada offered $5,000 grants to families of

students with disabilities.

Colorado’s I Matter mental health initiative is funded with

$9 million in federal dollars.

New Hampshire helps cover summer camp with grants of

$350 or more.

Our Organizations

The Collaborative for Student Success

The Collaborative for Student Success works with national, state and local partners to advance policies and practices that help ensure all students are prepared for success in school, college and career.

The Edunomics Lab

Edunomics Lab is a Georgetown University research center dedicated to exploring and modeling complex education finance decisions to inform policy and practice. Established in 2012 at the McCourt School of Public Policy, the center is nationally recognized as a leader in the field of education finance. Edunomics Lab develops strategic financial leadership in the education sector through its one-of-a-kind Certificate in Education Finance.

The Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE)

The Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) is a research organization where transformative ideas are rigorously examined and tested, and research informs action. CRPE’s current focus broadly reflects four priority areas: students and families, systems, innovations, and the politics of change. From that foundation, CRPE works to understand what it will take for public education to meet the needs of every student, in order to inform meaningful changes in policy and practice.

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