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Eric Tucker is the co-founder and Executive Director of Brooklyn Laboratory Charter Schools. He has served as a teacher and instructional leader in Providence and Chicago. He is former Director at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the co-founder and Executive Director of the National Association for Urban Debate Leagues. Eric co-edited The Sage Handbook of Measurement.
Brooklyn LAB LEGIT

Students with Disabilities Deserve LEGIT Solutions: Lightweight Evidence-Gathering Instruments and Tools

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Brooklyn LAB is using "LEGIT" solutions - tools that can be applied to reimagine education to serve all learners.
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Processes and Principles for Public Schools Navigating Uncertainty and Adapting to Change

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Brooklyn LAB implemented a number of intentional and innovative learning practices as a response to the pandemic. In this post, they share their key findings.

Five Principles to Help Provide Our School Communities With the Communications They Deserve

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The team at Brooklyn LAB unpacks five key principles for effectively and empathetically communicating with communities.
student-led classroom

Arguing for Agency: One Student-led Classroom Debate at a Time

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At LAB, they are applying an argument-centered approach to crucial issues in their students’ lives in order to educate and empower them.
EngageEquitably

#EngageEquitably Helps Education Leaders Communicate More Effectively with Families and Communities

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The challenges of COVID-19 and underlying inequities have expedited the need for equitable communication strategies with families.
laboratory iconography library

The Story Behind The Laboratory School Open Iconography Library

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The team at Brooklyn Lab has assembled an iconography library for helping edleaders visually communicate with key stakeholders.
Educating All Learners

Educating All Learners Alliance Launches Flagship Site, Shares Personas Educators Can Use to Understand...

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Vulnerable learners will need more from our school communities this year, whether we’re operating in fully remote, hybrid, or in-person instructional environments.

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