The PIE Network’s mission is to connect state-level education advocacy organizations with colleagues across the country to amplify their voices and maximize their impact.

New Report Elevates the Voices of Young Men of Color: Behind the Research

“As far as the transition from high school to college, nobody in my family went to college. All of it is foreign. I couldn’t look to anyone for advice,” said Nate, one of the young men of color interviewed for

This Fourth, Raise a Cold One to the Rabble Rousers

Next week, Americans unite for our nation’s annual birthday bash. We’ll commemorate the 241st signing of the Declaration of Independence. I hope your holiday will be filled with great BBQs and lots of time with family and friends. A

Peer Reviews of State ESSA Plans

One of the most highly-anticipated reports in the sector went live this week as the Collaborative for Student Success and Bellwether Education Partners shared their independent review of state ESSA plans. Key findings are detailed in the

Rural America is Ed Reform’s Challenge, Too.

Forward by Suzanne Tacheny Kubach, PIE Network Executive Director Since the elections, many of us are having reflective conversations about the implications for our work. In one such discussion, a colleague leading another ed ref
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77 Advocacy Groups in 34 States & D.C.

PIE Network connects 77 education reform organizations in 34 states and Washington, D.C. Together, Network members are connected, think bigger, work smarter, and give back—all in the service of improving education for every student.

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Stories & Tools for Advocates

PIE Network gathers and shares resources and updates from and for education reform leaders, with a focus on the issues that, each year, Network members identify as being most pressing.

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Events across the Network, whether in-person or virtual, offer advocates opportunities to trade resources and know-how, sharpen strategy, deepen craft, restore, and refuel.

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