WestEd is pleased to announce Dr. Marianne Perie is the agency’s new Director of Assessment Research and Innovation. In this role, she will significantly shape the agency’s psychometrics and assessment research, providing deep measurement expertise and drawing on her experience to improve educational equity through high-quality research.
Spotlight: Equitable Conditions and Learning Environments Support the Success of the Whole Child, Family, and Community
With safe, supportive, and equitable conditions, all learners can thrive. Two new resources contribute to a growing body of work that highlights the importance of addressing racial inequities in every aspect of education.
In this Spotlight, we highlight recent lessons learned about strengthening teacher preparation programs, share insights on why a diverse workforce matters, and summarize the results from a nationwide teacher survey.
What Does It Take to Transform Teacher Education?: Perspectives from the New Generation of Educators Initiative (NGEI)
WestEd is pleased to announce the publication of a series of summary reports designed to illuminate promising practices and innovations for enhancing teacher preparation in California and beyond.
WestEd’s Anthony Petrosino is the recipient of the prestigious Robert Boruch Award for Distinctive Contributions to Research that Informs Public Policy. This award, given by the Campbell Collaboration, recognizes and honors individuals who have made a significant contribution to research on social interventions that inform public policy in areas such as criminal justice, education, and social welfare.
Offers eight recommendations for mathematics coaching support.
WestEd staff will be involved in more than 20 sessions, chairing, presenting, or serving as discussant.
The resource provides a clear idea of what goes into a thorough NGSS implementation plan.
Learn how STEMworks helps investors broaden the base of students who are inspired by and do well in STEM.
This WestEd project aims to improve secondary school teacher effectiveness and student learning.