SRI Education values mental health’s impact on academic success and social-emotional development for students and educators. Our newsletter shares resources, research, and training for promoting mental health awareness and trauma-informed practices in schools and communities.
Education and learning newsletters
Check out our latest blog post for insights from the Barr Foundation’s Engage New England Initiative.
Bilingual Education Research: How to connect in a culturally relevant way with Spanish speaking families
SRI Education researcher Katherine Necochea Tinco provides insight on how to connect with Spanish-speaking families in a culturally relevant manner.
This month’s newsletter highlights key STEM & CS projects that are having a positive effect in the field, the researchers behind this impactful work, and recent STEM & CS publications.
The language we use affects the way we perceive our world. Language can help create new understandings and expand our view of what exists and what is possible, and it also can limit our understanding. The terms we use to describe students who speak two or more languages or speak a language other than English at home, for example, impacts how we envision and develop programs and policies for those students.
We actively connect with educators and researchers in the field and lead networks to share best practices and useable findings…
Back in 2019, we had an idea to create the Student Behavior Blog as a way to disseminate our work and initiate discussions with our community about issues they face in supporting students’ well-being. Our Behavior Research Team swung into action to make that dream a reality—and the response has been incredible. Our team not only engaged with educators, community members, and mental health service providers to co-author blogs about their challenges and accomplishments on the ground, but we also compiled helpful resources from our colleagues to promote collective work in the field and across the country.
Getting and using feedback from students themselves about their school experiences is key to understanding school climate. But how do school and district leaders know which measures to use?
Successful early learning transitions for children, with and without disabilities, require collaboration and discussion.