Policy Briefs Examine Undocumented Students, Career and Technical Education, and More

In affiliation with the Neag School’s Center for Education Policy Analysis (CEPA), doctoral students in the Learning, Leadership, and Education Policy program have recently released three issue briefs, each of which offers a closer look at specific topics of discussion in the realm of education, as well as recommendations for the future.center for education policy analysis wordmark


Access each issue brief in full:


The Impact of Undocumented Status on Children’s Learning

Chelsea Connery explores the unique challenges faced by undocumented children and families, the impact of undocumented status on children’s learning, as well as the implications for schools.


Assessing the Capacity for Change: Preparing a School District for a 1:1 Technology Initiative

Alexandra Lamb examines school districts that are introducing technology into classrooms through what are known as 1:1 programs.


Career and Technical Education: Current Issues and Results

Samuel J. Kamin addresses the question: Is career and technical education meetings it goal to prepare students for career and college?


CEPA is a research center based at the Neag School that seeks to inform educational leaders and policymakers on issues related to the development, implementation, and consequences of education policies. Learn more about CEPA at cepa.uconn.edu.