SRI is serving as the independent evaluator to examine the impacts of strategies to scale CW-FIT on student engagement, academic achievement, and teachers’ use of praise and positive support, as well as the extent to which CW-FIT is implemented with fidelity.
Students who are Black, Latinx, and Native American are more likely than White students to be suspended or expelled – even when comparing consequences for the same infractions.
SRI Education evaluation experts are partnering with John’s Hopkins University’s Center for the Social Organization of Schools (JHU CSOS) to measure the impact of its Skills for Secondary School Success (4S) course module.
Analysis of NAEP Mathematics Process, Outcome, and Survey Data to Understand Test-Taking Behavior and Mathematics Performance of Learners with Disabilities
This project uses innovative statistical and machine learning techniques to understand the differences in test-taking processes of students with and without disabilities.
SRI conducted a large-scale study of the effectiveness of an early intervention program intended to help young children at risk for developing antisocial or aggressive behaviors.
Check & Connect (C&C) is a comprehensive, manualized student engagement intervention developed to promote school success and completion for secondary school students at high risk of school failure and dropout
SRI researchers are conducting a study of the efficacy of the Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS) program.
SRI Education is examining the effectiveness of Tools for Getting Along , an evidence-based social problem-solving curriculum.
SRI Education is leading an efficacy study of Discipline in the Secondary Classroom (DSC); a positive and proactive approach to classroom management developed by Safe & Civil Schools. In partnership with researchers at the University of Missouri, SRI will assess whether DSC helps improve high school teachers’ classroom discipline practices and students’ behavior and academic […]