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EduDream combines CREE principles and rigorous research methods to produce insights that catalyze impactful action — with and for communities.

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EduDream approaches every partnership in a collaborative manner and embeds culturally responsive and equitable evaluation (CREE) principles across our work.

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Collaborative research that elevates the voices of racially and economically diverse students, families, and communities.

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A multi-year actionable research initiative generating evidence to advance policy dialogue on K12 education.

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EduDream is a Latina-founded, women-owned, and equity-focused research consulting firm that partners with nonprofits, foundations, and education institutions to provide culturally responsive and community-centered research and strategy. Led by a team of experts, EduDream redefines what’s possible for education research.

The Hub

Refining State Accountability Systems for English Learner Success

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Migration Policy Institute


January 31, 2024


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The K12 Research for Equity Hub

In spring 2022, EduDream launched the K12 Research for Equity Hub (The Hub), a multi-year actionable research initiative generating evidence to advance policy dialogue on K12 education accountability and assessment systems. In its first year, or Cycle 1, The Hub supported this among three other research projects. The Migration Policy Institute offers insight into their research focus on state accountability systems for English learners (ELs).

Published by the Migration Policy Institute

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Explore the core findings emphasizing the need for a comprehensive view of EL student performance and growth. Learn how this report, backed by quantitative and qualitative research, paves the way for actionable insights that lead to a more equitable education landscape.

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DOI: 10.62137/NYYA6627