Research Blog

Design for Mathematics Learning Games that "Break the Symbol Barrier"

Middle school student using Wuzzit Trouble

Learn about IES-funded research examining educational games designed to support math success. Read More

Jodi Davenport's Article Receives American Chemical Society's Editors' Choice Award

Staff photo of Jodi Davenport

The article describes the IES-funded ChemVLab+, a set of online chemistry activities for students. Read More

REL West Spotlight: The Arizona Partnership for Education and Career Success

Mary Rauner

REL West's Mary Rauner discusses this important initiative. Read More

Recruiting Students for Randomized Controlled Trials in Postsecondary Settings

WestEd Published Articles

Jenna Terrell and Daniel Bugler share challenges and lessons learned. Read More

Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses in Criminology

WestEd Published Articles

New article from WestEd's Anthony Petrosino, Claire Morgan, and Trevor Fronius. Read More

Data Usability Options for Assessing Eligibility for Higher Education in California

Examination of Data Usability Options for Assessing Eligibility for Higher Education in California

Can federal reporting data be used to determine California students' college eligibility?Read More

New Research Brief Examines School Police and School Safety

hat Do We Know About the Effects of School-Based Law Enforcement on School Safety?

Does having a police presence make schools safer for students, teachers, and staff? Read More

Trevor Fronius to Present on Bullying at International Conference

Trevor Fronius

The research-based conference will be held July 15-17 in Portsmouth, NH. Read More

New REL West Report Looks at Characteristics of Rural and Non-Rural Districts in Utah

Characteristics of Rural and Non-Rural Districts in Utah from 2012 to 2017

Designed for education stakeholders, the report can be used to inform policy decisions. Read More

Join WestEd at the Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy Symposium

Anthoy Petrosino

The symposium will be held at George Mason University on Thursday, June 21, 2018. Read More