The findings of this study suggest that education stakeholders might consider incorporating supports for positive academic mindsets and behaviors to more effectively prepare students for the transition to middle school and supporting them through the transition.
This series of seven briefs presents a broad overview of the research base, functionality, and modes of implementation for science and math EdTech products to help educators better understand opportunities for implementation.
Preparing Students for Life Beyond the Classroom: Spotlighting Success in North Dakota: The benefits of social emotional learning (SEL) in two rural school districts
Using a mixed-method research approach, this case study examines outcomes in two rural North Dakota districts, which have successfully implemented strategies to scale whole-person initiatives.
SCFF The Student Centered Funding Formula: Oversight Committee's Recommendations on Priority Area Two
The Student Centered Funding Formula (SCFF) Oversight Committee issues recommendations for Priority Area Two regarding noncredit instruction and instructional service agreements as well as district allocations during a possible recession.
This report examines quantitative study results of California’s system for special education funding and offers evidence-based considerations to improve equitable outcomes for students with disabilities.
California State Special Education Funding System Study, Part 2: Findings, Implications, and Considerations for Improving Special Education Funding in California
This report explores an in-depth quantitative analyses of California’s system for special education funding and offers evidence-based considerations to help inform state-level decision-making and improve equitable outcomes for students with disabilities.