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SRI studied programs across several states that offer college enrollment to high school-age students, and recommended improvements.
SRI is evaluating the progress of programs that aim to reverse the trend of declining enrollment in STEM programs at four Virginia colleges, and increase the diversity of STEM majors at each institution.
SRI and partners are researching partnership models, approaches to instruction, tools, and a framework to inform future research into the mechanisms that lead to a learning college culture.
The National Science Foundation asked SRI to evaluate its program to transform undergraduate computing education on a national scale.
SRI’s evaluation of the California Academic Partnership Program’s Demonstration Partnership Project will look at the formation and progress of 11 partnerships that aim to establish seamless transitions for all students from high school to postsecondary and strengthen the quality of instruction...
SRI provided formative evaluation services for this Gates Foundation effort to improve faculty instructional practice and thereby increase college graduation rates.
SRI is providing research and evaluation services to support health career pathways for youth and young adults in Oakland, California.
SRI and partners are modeling the complexities of STEM education to derive innovative approaches to workforce preparation.
SRI documented the experiences of a national sample of students as they moved from secondary school into adult roles.
SRI is developing the next generation of online learning tools to meet the needs of a changing workforce.
Through an evaluation of career and technical education programs in Texas, SRI will determine what makes high-quality programs sustainable and scalable.
STORE uses Google Earth to help students investigate projected climate changes in their own areas.
SRI Education is investigating the role and efficacy of online learning technologies targeting basic literacy and math outcomes for low-skilled adults enrolled in adult basic education programs.