WestEd Insights / research and innovations
Building Inclusive, Equitable, and Effective Evaluations: Reflections on the Anti-Racist Evaluation Strategies Guide
“Fundamentally, we have to get away from thinking that ‘we’ know what is better for ‘them’ than they do.” WestEd experts discuss representation, shared ownership, and equity in evaluation.
Dr. Carolyn Turpin-Petrosino, one of the world's leading experts on hate crimes, discusses the nation's history of anti-Asian bias and violence and offers suggestions for combatting it.
A study by Carnegie Math Pathways at WestEd is examining what conditions and support are needed for institutional leaders to implement promising innovations at scale effectively and sustainably.
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Making a Difference / WestEd in action
Promising new findings are validating the effectiveness of Healthy U, an innovative, app-based sexual health program that addresses high rates of pregnancy among teens involved with the justice system.
Through Guided Pathways, Milwaukee Area Technical College's math department introduced students to new paths to success and helped them build a better relationship with math.
The center works to connect research findings to policy and practice, engage in national leadership, build capacity, and promote information that improves outcomes for secondary English Learners. Learn More
An Initiative of WestEd’s Resilient and Healthy Schools & Communities Funded by the S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation as part of the COVID Education Equity Response Collaborative, the year-long Learn More
Be part of the growing network of institutions that are empowering students to reach their college and career goals by transforming their mathematics learning experience. Learn More