AIR’s state and local evaluation projects marshal a broad range of expertise and resources to support state education agencies and district offices as they decide whether to retain, revise, or end a policy or program. The projects address challenges in district and school reform, educator quality, special education, school financing, STEM, literacy, virtual learning, extended learning, English learning, early childhood education, and college and career readiness.
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Jacksonville Public Education Fund (JPEF) is administering a five-year, $50 million multifaceted initiative called Quality Education for All, the goal of which is to implement programs that help recruit and retain high-quality teachers and leaders for Duval County Public Schools. The Jacksonville Teacher Incentives Program is a part of this effort. AIR will provide JPEF with ongoing formative feedback about the implementation successes and challenges, and summative feedback about the program’s impact on teacher and student outcomes.
Since 2008, AIR has been a pro bono investment partner with Say Yes to Education, a national nonprofit organization committed to dramatically increasing high school and college graduation rates for our nation’s inner-city youth. AIR has produced three papers that look at districtwide education reform in Syracuse.