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Louise Yarnall Jun 20, 2016

Can Adaptive Courseware Technology Positively Impact Student Learning Outcomes?

Jeremy Roschelle Jun 7, 2016

In the 2015 State of the Union address, President Obama called for Next Generation High Schools. Next Generation STEM schools seek to intensify Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) opportunities, especially for historically underrepresented students.

Jennifer Ozawa, Ivy Estabrooke Jun 1, 2016

Innovation—the process of creating new products and services and delivering them to customers—is tough. It’s tough, because the innovation process is nonlinear, requires adaptation, requires multiple skillsets, and engaging multiple stakeholders. Regions with strong innovation systems are well...

Ann House May 31, 2016

Characteristics of Successful Inclusive STEM High Schools and their Impact on Student Outcomes

Thomas Webb May 24, 2016

A New Approach to Fighting Flu

Roland Stephen Apr 25, 2016

Saving Energy, Building Skills: The Industrial Assessment Center Program

Jennifer W. Yu Apr 22, 2016

My research focus, autism, affects people and their ability to function in different ways across the spectrum. For those who have mild-to-moderate autism and are considered “high functioning,” many do incredibly well intellectually, but still often fare poorly at life. We see these people not...

Tim Podkul Apr 4, 2016

Over the last several years, an area of focus in the education field has been to create pathways for youth to connect their learning experiences with their interests and future career opportunities–the idea being that students will be more engaged and invested in their education if it is relevant...

Christina Freyman Apr 4, 2016

The National Science Board recently released Science and Engineering Indicators (SEI) 2016, the premier source of quantitative information on the state of U.S. and international science, engineering, technology, and education. The report provides high-quality, objective data on a range of S&E...

Sara Vasquez, Ximena Dominguez Apr 4, 2016

In the education field, it’s a widely held notion that learning mathematics early in childhood is essential to ensure children’s school readiness. However, research suggests that children from economically disadvantaged communities often do not have the same opportunities to develop key...

Daisy Wise Rutstein, Shuchi Grover Apr 1, 2016

Measuring Student Learning about Computing

Barbara Means Mar 30, 2016

Balancing Widespread Use and Positive Learning Impacts of Educational Technology