SRI conducted an efficacy study of more than 2,500 students on the benefits of online homework support for students’ mathematics learning Homework is important, but traditional ways of doing homework in isolation do not support students who need more help. Technology has the potential to change homework into a better learning experience. Students can receive […]
The Apple and ConnectED Initiative was launched in 2014 and coupled 1:1 iPad access with comprehensive support in a diverse set of 114 schools. The project sought to catalyze transformed learning opportunities for students in historically underserved communities across America. To be eligible to apply, 96% or more of each school’s students had to qualify […]
SRI is conducting a study to understand how math teachers are using the Khan’s Academy online resource in classrooms to improve instruction and student learning. Since Khan Academy’s appearance on the Web, users have viewed more than 365 million videos and solved over 1.8 billion math problems. The Khan Academy website offers free instructional videos for students […]
A partner in advancing equitable access and outcomes for learners in Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia. The Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Appalachia partners with educators and leaders to engage in rigorous, change-oriented research and provides support that informs local, regional or statewide decisions about education policies, programs and practices. REL Appalachia provides services at […]
For the National Science Foundation, SRI supported the development of 14 indicators measuring students’ access to quality learning, educators’ capacity, and policy and funding initiatives in K–12 STEM education. Policymakers agree that in today’s world, the quality of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education in a country, state, or region has a major impact […]
Connecting and exploring researchers’ perspectives in digital learning to make significant and lasting improvements to STEM education.
The CPATH program was intended to transform undergraduate computing education on a national scale to meet current and future national needs.
SRI examined middle school outcomes of Rocketship alumni and their peers who attended non-Rocketship elementary schools. Rocketship Education is a national nonprofit network of public elementary charter schools serving low-income communities with limited access to excellent schools. Founded in 2006, Rocketship Education is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation whose mission is to eliminate the achievement gap […]