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The Mixed Methods Blog
Hayley Glatter is the communications associate at CCRC. She was previously a staff writer at Boston magazine and an editorial fellow at The Atlantic.

Lesson Study at Portland Community College: Is a Collaborative Approach to Active Learning Sustainable?

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In this Q&A, Michele Marden, who teaches developmental mathematics at Portland Community College, describes her experience with Lesson Study. She enjoyed the opportunity to work with colleagues but questioned the longevity of the intervention in the wake of limited resources.

Inside CCRC: Jessica Brathwaite’s Close-Up View of the Consequences of Educational Inequality

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In this edition of Inside CCRC, Senior Research Associate Jessica Brathwaite describes the dynamics she observed as a student in Queens that catalyzed her passion for equity work. 

Inside CCRC: How Stacie Long Uses Design to Make CCRC's Work Easy to Grasp

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Long uses graphics, colors, and design to improve the readability of our research while maintaining its technical accuracy.

Can Innovation Scale? Lessons From the 2019 League for Innovation Conference

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Drawing on lessons learned from CUNY ASAP, iPass, and faculty development cycles, this blog post explores why some reforms prove successful in multiple contexts, while others do not. 

Inside CCRC: Veronica Minaya Brings Global Perspective to Center’s Work

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In the latest installment of our series that takes you behind-the-scenes at CCRC, Senior Research Associate Veronica Minaya discusses her experiences as a consultant for the World Bank in Afghanistan, where she helped build the country's post-war education system.