The Autism Impact Measure is a caregiver-reported, behaviorally based measure designed to assess both frequency and functional impact of core ASD symptoms in children.
Education & learning publications
SRI determined that this study provides moderate evidence for IXL Math efficacy in grades 3-8 over a three-year period according to the ESSA levels of evidence provided by the U.S. Department of Education guidelines.
This infographic summarizes key findings on children ages 3 through 5 years with disabilities in subsidized early learning and care in California.
Data Snapshot 2: Preschoolers Receiving Special Education: California and National Data (School Years 2011-12 to 2019-20)
This infographic summarizes key findings on where children ages 3 through 5 years with disabilities in California received their received special education services.
This report presents findings from three quasi-experimental studies estimating the impact of program participation overall, as well as STEM Learning Center participation and SI participation, specifically on STEM course success and continuation in STEM.
Associations of teacher characteristics with preschool suspensions and expulsions: Implications for supports
Preschool children subjected to suspension and expulsion miss valuable educational opportunities and are more likely to experience academic failure and grade retention. These forms of exclusionary discipline are more frequent in preschool settings than in K–12 education classrooms.
The DEC Position Statement on low birth weight (LBW) and prematurity summarized developmental outcomes of these infants and provided evidence of the positive impact of early intervention and family engagement.
Evaluation of Los Angeles City College’s STEM Pathways Program: Impacts of STEM Pathways Program Participation on Student Outcomes
This report presents findings from a quasi-experimental study estimating the impact of STEM Pathways program participation on STEM course success and continuation in STEM, as well as degree attainment.
Collaborative Partnership to Teach Mathematical Reasoning Through Computer Programming (CPR2) Spring 2021 Findings Memo
This memo includes results of data collection from classroom implementation of Collaborative Partnership to Teach Mathematical Reasoning Through Computer Programming (CPR2) content in spring 2021 (first cohort) and from Summer Institute 2021 (second cohort).