About the EP Blog
Education Pioneers shares stories of impact, insights, ideas, and opinions to advance the conversation about what great leadership in education looks like.
At EP, our team is spread across the country. To help us connect with each other daily, one of the tools we use is Salesforce Chatter. There, we give updates on our work, ask questions of each other, and share what we’re reading. (In addition to posting pictures of our kids and dogs and birthday shout-outs, of course!) Here are some articles that we’ve shared recently:
Re-launching a brand new educationpioneers.org required a significant investment of time and resources. Not surprisingly, we learned a lot along the way. Here are some of our key takeaways—and how they might apply to your work.
EP is thrilled to unveil our new website! At EP, we work hard to tell the story of our work and impact to prospective candidates, partners, champions, and other stakeholders. Telling that story isn’t always easy. But it’s critical for us to reach our goal of 10,000 pioneers working across the sector by 2023 to transform education for students.
In this Q&A with Rocketship Education, Ryan Romaneski, Education Pioneers' Director of Partner Strategy and a 2013 Alumnus of the Graduate School Fellowship, shares his thoughts on leadership, EP partnerships, and the keys to attracting our nation's best and brightest to careers in education.
There's incredibly meaningful work happening across the country to transform American public schools for all students. Just ask Christopher Ruszkowski. "It's happening in big cities like the Bay Area, D.C., New Orleans, Denver and Houston," he said. "It is and can also be happening in smaller cities and rural area like Wilmington, Albuquerque, Nashville and the Rio Grande Valley. To bring educational equity to scale, we need to do a better job of telling the story of the great work we're all doing together across the country."