This paper discusses the research agenda of the academic Research Paper Initiative, which seeks to create a new model for public policy that focuses on creating an equitable and innovative public education system, with the aim of transforming the way the nation’s schools and colleges deliver learning for all students, and reducing inequality in access to education.
This paper examines the role of government in creating a new paradigm for public education.
In the past, government policies have focused on supporting the growth of high-performing public schools while at the same time encouraging their low-income students to pursue higher education.
The new model, however, would focus on creating a higher-quality, higher-value public education that supports students’ full potential.
The paper argues that the new model must not only provide an inclusive, equitable and meaningful education but also provide a more holistic experience that provides a broad and effective learning environment.
The research agenda The new public education model will be based on a new framework that is inclusive of students, teachers, parents, schools and parents.
The framework must focus on: Creating an equitable, comprehensive and meaningful learning environment for all student