High-growth schools & practices
Across the country, some schools stand out for creating high growth for the students they serve. This research explores the characteristics of these schools and the strategies and practices that drive their success.
The road to COVID recovery: How districts are seizing the once-in-a-generation opportunity to learn from ESSER interventions
The American Rescue Plan provides $122 billion for COVID recovery in schools. With more than 40 state plans approved, how are districts collecting, monitoring, reporting and learning from the unprecedented interventions? What can districts do now to design and implement data collection processes that will shape collective learning? In this webinar, you will hear how district leaders and researchers are approaching this opportunity to alter life outcomes for generations.
By: David Brackett, Emily Morton, Jacob Cortez, Dan Goldhaber
This study estimates the causal impact of 8th grade English learner (EL) reclassification on high school English language arts (ELA) standardized test scores, SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) reading, and on-track to graduate status.
By: Angela Johnson
In this interview, Andrew Hegedus shares the origins of his work exploring the relationship between poverty and school performance, implications for educators, and where his research is headed next.
Mentions: Andrew Hegedus
An NWEA webinar by Dr. Andy Hegedus on the relationships between poverty and school performance
By: Andrew Hegedus
In this interview, Andy Hegedus shares the origins of his study exploring the relationship between poverty and school performance, implications for educators, and where his research is headed next.
By: Andrew Hegedus
In this first edition of the “Research Insights” series, we visit the early childhood education space across NNERPP. Here we find three districts offering different versions of a kindergarten transition program for their students.
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Mentions: Beth Tarasawa
The prevalence of parent-teacher interaction in developing countries and its effect on student outcomes
This study investigated the violation of local independence assumptions within unidimensional item response theory (IRT) models.
By: Guirong Li, Millie Lin, Chengfang Liu, Angela Johnson, Yanyan Li, Prashant Loyalka