C!E System Transformation Policy Framework
Updated: Apr 2, 2020
Reflecting on the use of the assessment pilot authority in ESSA, and state level innovation policies in recent years, C!E first drafted and shared this policy framework with the Interstate Learning Community in the fall of 2018. It offers ideas to shift our general approach to innovation policies so that rather than expecting to see implementation of specific innovations spelled out in legislation, or giving funds for innovation without a plan for capturing or scaling learning from the investment -- the stated intended return for investing public innovation funds is learning. The principles in the framework can be applied in the design of state or federal policy, as well as grant RFPs.
Click below to read the paper.