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Our evaluations help to understand the impact of policies and programs on educators and students.

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Featured Publications and Media

A 2023 New Year Message from EdInsights’ Executive Director Dr. LeAnn Fong-Batkin

A 2023 New Year Message from EdInsights’ Executive Director Dr. LeAnn Fong-Batkin

As we begin 2023, I remain optimistic that the Education Insights Center (EdInsights) will focus on ways we can support California’s higher education system by informing policymaking and improving practice to create more equitable outcomes for students. These past few years have shown us that we can persevere, address equity issues (even in the midst of our racial and health pandemics), and care for our communities and each other.

Policy, Leadership, and Networking: The Education Policy Fellowship Program’s Summer Alumni Event

Policy, Leadership, and Networking: The Education Policy Fellowship Program’s Summer Alumni Event

EPFP is a professional development program focused on education policy (both K-12 and postsecondary) that brings together fellows from across the state to provide professional development in policy, leadership, and networking. It is sponsored by the Institute for Educational Leadership, the state budget, and philanthropic funding from the Hewlett Foundation and College Futures Foundation. The program is entering its seventh year in 2022-23. As a statewide initiative, EPFP provides an opportunity for those from the K-12 and postsecondary practice and policy spheres to come together to break down silos that may exist in order to effectively create change.

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