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Our reports are developed in real-time during our events as well as while policy teams work on the Hope Street Group platform, our private online workspace that allows participants from all over the country to engage in meaningful conversations about reform. They feature a unique combination of contributors -- practitioners and policy makers from a wide variety of industries and political beliefs.
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A summary and synthesis of the Education group’s proceediRead more
Hope Street Group 2012 Colloquium Jobs and Workforce Breakout Group - Executive Summary and Next Steps
A summary and synthesis of the Jobs & Workforce Development group’s proceedings during Hope Street Group's annual Colloquium.
At the Colloquium, nearly twenty leaders representing institutions including employers (e.g., Chief HR Officers), workforce solution providers, technology innovators, vocational and higher education leaders, federal and state officials, labor unions, philanthropic foundations, non-profit organizations and others who bring parts of the solution came together to share ideas and form the basis of a coalition with the potential to improve the effectiveness of the labor market.Read more
Good health enables Americans to live longer, lead more active lives and improve their economic potential.Read more
Hope Street Group has joined the Education Equality Project and 16 other groups in signing an open letter regarding the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA).Read more
Working from the premise that teacher evaluations are a meaningful part of ensuring that all students have access to a high-quality education, Hope Street Group’s policy team developed the following recommendations and principles for teacher evaluations:Read more