SRI study finds that the University of California, Irvine Writing Project’s Pathway to Academic Success project leads to improved students’ academic writing through professional development for secondary English language arts and advanced English language development teachers.
Evaluation of the College, Career, and Community Writers Program: Findings from the i3 Scale-up Grant
This technical report provides a detailed description of C3WP and the findings from the evaluation of the i3 Scale-up grant.
Research Brief: SRI Finds Positive Effects of the College, Career, and Community Writer’s Program on Student Achievement
The National Writing Project’s (NWP) College, Career, and Community Writers Program (C3WP) is designed to improve students’ argument writing through intensive teacher professional development, instructional resources, and formative assessment.
The Pathway to Academic Success: Scaling Up a Text-Based Analytical Writing Intervention for Latinos and English Learners in Secondary School
This study reports findings from a randomized trial designed to validate and scale up a professional development program that uses a cognitive strategies approach to text-based analytical writing.
Evaluation of National Writing Project’s College-Ready Writer’s Program 2015 SEED Grant
The National Writing Project’s College, Career, and Community Writers Program provides professional development for teachers in Grades 7–10 with the goal of improving students’ source-based argument writing.
Emerging Leaders Program: Impacts on Students, Teachers, and Leaders in Three Sites
New Leaders partnered with SRI Education to undertake a randomized control trial of the Emerging Leaders program in three sites.
Lifewide or School-Only Learning: Approaches to Addressing the Developing World’s Learning Crisis
This cluster randomized controlled trial tested the impact of school-only and lifewide-learning (LWL) approaches to supporting early-grade learning over 2 years in rural Rwanda.
Linked Learning San Bernardino (LLSB): Accelerating College and Career Readiness in Low-Performing Schools
This technical report provides an independent evaluation examining both the program implementation and the impact of the program on students’ cognitive and noncognitive outcomes.
Impacts on Students of a Short-Cycle Implementation of the National Writing Project’s College, Career, and Community Writers Program
SRI International found that a two-year implementation of the National Writing Project’s College, Career, and Community Writers Program had a positive, statistically significant effect on a validated measure of students’ source-based argument writing.