The Fall/Winter 2016 WW newsletter
Policy Work, Reports, Newsletters, and Other Publications
Now available: a progress report on phase 2 of the WW Academy’s buildout.
In this issue: New Fellowship classes announced for Malkiel Fellowship, Women’s Studies Fellowship, and MMUF Grants; Diversity at WW; Profile of WW’s most senior Fellow; and more.
A reflection by selected Leonore Annenberg-Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellows.
In this issue: WW launches WW Academy of Teaching and Learning; New MBA and WW TF Fellowship classes announced; Fellows win Pulitzer Prizes; Perspectives on digital learning; Fellow wins MacArthur “Genius Grant;” and more.
Last year, the U.S. Department of Education announced its Excellent Educators for All initiative, a new effort seeking to ensure that students in high-need schools have equitable access to effective teachers. This month, all states are to submit their plans on how to achieve this goal. This new white paper highlights the lessons learned by the Woodrow Wilson Foundation in its efforts to identify, prepare, and support excellent teachers for high-need classrooms across the country through its Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship program.
U.S. Senate Health, Education, Labor, Pensions (HELP) Committee Staff White Paper on Higher Education Accreditation
Formal comments from Woodrow Wilson Foundation President Arthur Levine on higher education accreditation.
U.S. Senate Health, Education, Labor, Pensions (HELP) Committee Staff White Paper on Higher Education Consumer Information
Formal comments from Patrick Riccards, WW Director of Media Relations & Strategy, on higher education consumer information.