ELPA Policy Research
Features policy-related research conducted by faculty of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis. The goal of this series is to provide research that informs decision-making in Wisconsin state education policy and leadership practice.
ELPA is committed to working to build educational leaders and policymakers who can meaningfully contribute to advancing learning for all students and closing achievement gaps related to income, gender, race, culture, native language, sexual orientation, or disability.
Changing Demographics in the Schools: Wisconsin's New Latino Diaspora by Rebecca Lowenhaupt and Eric Camburn
Making Matters Worse: School Funding, Achievement Gaps and Poverty under Wisconsin Act 32, by James J. Shaw and Carolyn Kelley
What Schools Can Learn From Games as Information Technologies, by Richard Halverson