SRI evaluation shows the UC Irvine Writing Project’s Pathway to Academic Success project improves academic writing for secondary students through teacher professional development.
Understanding chemical communication among insects could help find new ways to protect crops or ward off biting insects that can transmit diseases.
Digital learning programs are a promising tool to support teachers in providing students with strong early literacy instruction, but more research is needed to understand their effectiveness. This report describes an experimental study that examined the impact of Sound Town, a digital early literacy program, on prekindergarten students’ early literacy skills.
With support from SRI, the CEO and founder of NinjaTech AI is creating the next generation of personal AI for work.
Survival and Hematologic Benefits of Romiplostim After Acute Radiation Exposure Supported FDA Approval Under the Animal Rule
The goal of our study was to evaluate the postirradiation survival and hematologic benefits of a single dose of RP with or without pegfilgrastim.
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.
The work, conducted by a multi-talented team of scientists, will provide critical data to help establish the safety of HOPO 14-1.
SRI Education conducted an evaluation of a pilot implementation of an evidence-based, manualized model of infant and early childhood mental health consultation (IECMHC) that builds capacity of the early care and education workforce to address young children’s social-emotional and behavioral needs.
Researchers review freely available and adaptable teaching and learning resources for K-8 education curriculum and professional learning.