SRI-managed Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C) confirms steering committee

A mix of public and private organizations will help set group’s direction

The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) and the Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) announced the establishment of the Quantum Economic Development...

Article March 3, 2020

When students don’t feel safe in the neighborhood: How can schools help?

In D.C., a large share of children and youth up to age 17 are likely to be exposed to traumatic events: 21.3 percent have been exposed to an adverse childhood experience (ACE),[1] including an estimated 9 percent who have been a…

Case Study New Teacher Center

Evidence-based training for new teachers boosts student achievement in math and English language arts

Press Release New Teacher Center

New Study from EDC and SRI International Demonstrates Positive Effects of PBS KIDS Digital Media on Young Children’s Science and Engineering Learning

WALTHAM, MA, AND MENLO PARK, CA, NOV. 7, 2019—Education Development Center (EDC) and SRI International (SRI) announced the release of their new study Early Science and Engineering: The Impact of...


Michelle W. Woodbridge

...and revenue of nearly $20 million annually. Woodbridge directs large-scale national, statewide, and local research, evaluation, and technical assistance projects in preschool through secondary school learning environments. Her expertise includes...


Betsy Davies-Mercier

...the analyses for and production of the Statewide Evaluation of First 5 California Annual Report to the state Legislature. At Westat, Inc., she collaborated on questionnaire design, analysis, and report...

Tech Report December 1, 2018

Next Generation Courseware Challenge Evaluation

How can college completion rates for low-income and minority students be improved? One solution may be digital courseware that offers individualized learning. SRI evaluated The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation...

Journal Article September 17, 2018

A longitudinal study of the impact of attending an inclusive STEM high school: The case for using two comparison groups

Policymakers argue that only by enlarging the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) pipeline in a way that attracts, supports, and sustains the participation of students from all kinds of backgrounds can the United States meet its needs for science…

Tech Report August 1, 2018

The Apple and ConnectED Initiative: Baseline and year 2 findings from principal, teacher, and student surveys

SRI Education is conducting rigorous research about the Apple and ConnectED initiative, to understand how technology integration can support teaching and learning at high-poverty schools. This report presents findings from...

Journal Article February 26, 2018

Job searching, job duration, and job loss among young adults with autism spectrum disorder

BACKGROUND: With evidence pointing to particularly poor employment outcomes for young adults with ASD, it is important to understand their employment experiences in order to develop effective interventions that address their needs. OBJECTIVE: We compared the job search experience, job…

Tech Report June 1, 2017

Evaluating Digital Learning for Adult Basic Literacy and Numeracy

More than 36 million adults in the United States do not have the basic literacy and math skills needed for many entry-level jobs and even less so for the types...

Article October 1, 2014

Wayne School of Engineering: Case Study of a Rural Inclusive STEM-Focused High School

Rural schools face challenges that are often different than nonrural schools. Resource constraints are particularly acute in rural schools, and they struggle to offer advanced courses and extracurricular programs. The...

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