This is the first impact study of Data Wise, which supports educators in using collaborative data inquiry to drive continuous improvement of teaching and learning.
School and district reform
Exploring the Relationship Between Continuous Improvement Culture and Afterschool STEM Program Quality
SRI researchers are using systems theory to investigate the implementation of continuous quality improvement within the system of California’s publicly funded afterschool programs, the state’s efforts to change organizational culture to support continuous improvement, and the potential effects of continuous improvement on afterschool STEAM programs over time.
Curbing the problem starts with changing the early childhood program approach.
Through an evaluation of career and technical education programs in Texas, SRI determined what makes high-quality programs sustainable and scalable.
SRI’s evaluation addressed implementation and institutional outcomes of work by 11 high schools and a partnering local college as they worked to establish seamless transitions for students and strengthen instructional quality as required by the Common Core.
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 […]
SRI studied the implementation and outcomes of a new consulting model designed to increase the participation and success of students with low incomes in IB’s Diploma Programme. SRI also examined national postsecondary trends for DP students with low incomes. In 2014, the International Baccalaureate Organization (IB) launched Bridging the Equity Gap. Funded by the Michael […]
The CPATH program was intended to transform undergraduate computing education on a national scale to meet current and future national needs.