Publications

2021
Education Resource Strategies. 9/2021. Organizing Resources to Support Inclusion Models for Students With Disabilities . Organizing Resources to Support Inclusion Models for Students With Disabilities. Watertown, MA: Education Resource Strategies. Publisher's Version
2020
Christopher Cleveland. 8/10/2020. “Virtual Fall: America’s Largest School Districts Are Opting for Remote Starts.” Education Next. Publisher's Version
Christopher Cleveland and Marek Wiernusz. 8/2020. “Blurring the Divide: Improving Special Education by Strengthening Core Instruction.” District Management Journal, 27. Publisher's VersionAbstract
Strengthening core instruction and blurring the often-sharp divide that exists between general education and special education can help better serve students with disabilities. Explore key tactics that include involving general education teachers in the special education process; providing instructional coaching to support general education teachers; providing rigorous grade-level content for all students; and modifying schedules so that intervention is not provided on a pull-out basis during core instruction. 
Christopher Cleveland. 6/29/2020. “Toward Reopening: What Will School Look Like this Fall?” Education Next. Publisher's Version
2019
Christopher Cleveland, Mark Wiernusz, and John Kim. 2019. “Creating a Performance-Based Teacher Compensation System at Gwinnett County Public Schools .” The District Management Journal, 25, Pp. 28-44. Publisher's Version
District Management Group and Massachusetts Department Elementary Secondary of and Education. 2019. “Resource Reallocation to District Priorities: Case Studies”. Publisher's Version
2017
John Kim and Christopher Cleveland. 2017. “Innovating with Impact.” District Management Journal, 21, Pp. 12-27.
Christopher Cleveland and Sam Ribnick. 2017. “Massachusetts Puts Resource Allocation on the RADAR.” The District Management Journal, 22, Pp. 51-54. Publisher's Version
2016
Nathan Levenson and Christopher Cleveland. 2016. “Improving Special Education: DMC’s Best Practices for Cost-Effectively Raising Achievement.” District Management Journal, 20.
Christopher Cleveland and John Kim. 2016. “What Most Schools Don't Teach: Code.org Hadi Partovi's Mission to Bring Computer Science to Schools.” The District Management Journal, 19, Pp. 4-11. Publisher's Version