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Effectiveness Study of Tools for Getting Along: Teaching Students to Problem Solve
SRI is evaluating the efficacy of a program promoting school success and completion for students at high risk of school failure and dropout.
SRI Education is evaluating the efficacy of Discipline in the Secondary Classroom (DSC), a positive and proactive approach to classroom management developed by Safe & Civil Schools. SRI will assess whether DSC helps improve high school teachers’ classroom discipline practices and students’...
Foundations is a comprehensive approach to behavior management that guides school staff in designing a proactive and positive schoolwide discipline plan. Foundations is designed to help educators and support staff expand skills in effective supervision, discipline, positive behavior support, and...
SRI examined the effectiveness of academic, social/behavioral, and vocational interventions for students with autism.
SRI is investigating novel methods and treatments to improve cognitive deficits caused by diseases such as Alzheimer’s and depression.
Through the Center, SRI conducted randomized trials of interventions for students with severe behavior problems in first through third grades.
SRI and partners examined the effectiveness of this program designed to help at-risk children get off to the best possible start in school.
SRI Education is assessing whether the Second Step and Bounce Back programs of Project SECURE improve elementary school students’ academic and behavioral outcomes, especially regarding school disciplinary consequences.
SRI is evaluating the effectiveness of a school-based intervention program for students who have witnessed or experienced traumatic events.
SRI examined data on 900 young adults with autism to characterize their school and career choices after high school.
SRI established the Twin Research Registry as part of its scientific research and efforts to discover more about human behavior. Fraternal and identical twins and multiples of all ages are invited to join the Registry for consideration for research studies.