Education policymakers are continually faced with complex decisions that directly affect millions of children and families, as well as billions of public dollars. To guide their decision-making, policymakers need accurate, thorough and objective research. Without it, they run the risk of making uninformed decisions that could have far-reaching, negative effects.
As part of our commitment to shape and influence the environments in which ACT operates through policy, research advocacy, and strategic engagement, we conduct objective research and publish policy reports, issue briefs and case studies.
Education policymakers may find the following helpful: