Posts by Kate Dobin
Kate Dobin served as a senior program officer for Education from 2017-2022, leading the Invest in Educators and Building Public Will portfolios.
Barr Announces New Grants to Drive Toward Educator Diversity
Announcing a new cohort of New England school systems committed to developing diverse, talented teacher workforces for student success.
Barr and TNTP Announce New RFP for Districts to Attract and Retain Talented Educators of Color
New England school districts can apply for free landscape analyses to help understand and improve the diversity of their educator workforces.
Why A Diverse Teacher Workforce Matters
Barr and TNTP discuss the critical role diverse educator workforces play in advancing equity and highlight a new funding opportunity for New England schools.
What Do Students Have to Say about Learning and School During COVID-19?
Kate Dobin shares findings from a recent poll on the experiences of high school students throughout the pandemic.
The Critical Role of Teacher Leaders
New research offers framework to understand the many forms teacher leadership takes, and insights into the opportunities for educators in Massachusetts.
New England Students and Parents Expect More from High School
New poll reveals large gaps between what parents and students want and what their high schools currently provide.
Barr Announces New Grants and Partnerships to Strengthen School Leadership in Massachusetts
10 Massachusetts school systems will work together in a strategic planning process exploring the challenges and solutions to the principal pipeline.
New Poll Seeks Ideas About Public High Schools in New England
To understand opportunities and challenges in schools and communities, perspectives from students, parents, teachers, and principals are essential.
"#1 For Some" Is Not Good Enough
Recent reports fuel efforts to link all students in Massachusetts to success in college, career, and life.
What Are My Options for Boston Schools?
New website profiles every school in Boston, giving parents easy access to the information they care about most.