Grantee Resources

Tag: High School Design

Policy Brief/Proposal


Learning Through Radical Partnership: Developing Leadership Capacity in Leadership Candidates, Current District Leaders, and University Partners

California State University Fullerton

An article exploring how a leadership preparation partnership between a university and an urban high school fosters learning across candidates, school district leaders, and partner faculty.

Webinar / Video / Podcast

The Future of Smart Podcast

Grantmakers for Education

A 17-episode series of podcasts exploring ideas at the intersection of education, equity, and philanthropy that point us towards a radical re-envisioning of our education system.

Story / Case Study / Commentary

The Power Of Us Comes From Fully Being Us and Fully Seeing Them

KP Catalysts, LLC

An opinion essay about the importance of the Power of Us Survey by the American Institutes for Research, which provides valuable data on the youth workforce in various settings, including challenges related to staff shortages and diversification, emphasizing the significance of relationships in the learning and development ecosystem.


Model Procedures for the Identification, Voluntary Placement, and Induction of Students into Continuation High Schools in California

Stanford University Graduate School of Education, John W. Gardner Center for Youth and Their Communities

A model guide for the placement of students into California's continuation high schools developed by the California Advisory Task Force on Alternative Schools and co-sponsored by the Education Options Council of the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA).


Educating for a Diverse Democracy: The Chilling Role of Political Conflict in Blue, Purple, and Red Communities

University of California, Los Angeles Graduate School of Education & Information Studies

A study that assesses how the partisan context of schools relates to their political conflict and democratic practices.