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The Education Justice Network

Released December 31, 2018

The Education Justice Network (EJN) is a consortium of nationally-recognized research, advocacy and policy scholars and organizations. EJN seeks to improve children’s access to high-quality education by advancing evidence-based reform models that provide alternatives to market- and standards-based reform. Supported by the Ford Foundation and Atlantic Philanthropies, EJN brings together RFA, the Annenberg Center for School Reform, Stanford’s Center for Opportunity Policy in Education, the Schott Foundation, Southern Education Foundation, the National Education Policy Center, and the National Public Education Support Fund.

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