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New Ed Research Podcasts from CPRE Knowledge Hub

By Keith Heumiller 
August 29, 2019

Discover new and important research from RAND, the University of Washington, the University of Virginia, UT Austin, NWEA, and more. Or listen to all recent episodes here.

 

Can Test Metadata Help Schools Measure Social-Emotional Learning?

In a new study led by UVA's James Soland, researchers investigated whether assessment metadata - the way students approach tests and surveys - can provide useful SEL data to educators. 
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How Do Teachers Define College Readiness?

In a recent study led by UW's Julia Duncheon, researchers explored how a teacher's background, academic focus, and personal experience can influence their definition of "college readiness."
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Study Finds Promise in Online ‘Growth Mindset’ Intervention

In the largest study of its kind, dozens of researchers set out to learn if a short, online intervention could foster a growth mindset in students, and whether it could positively impact academic achievement.
 
 

The AP Frontier: Offering Advanced Courses in Less-Resourced Schools

In one of the first studies of its kind, a team of researchers led by UW's Mark Long set out to chart the "frontier" of AP expansion, and the fidelity with which schools offered AP science for the time.
 
 

Study: ‘Principal Pipelines’ Can Boost Achievement and Reduce Turnover

Some of the most effective elements of the Wallace Foundation's $85 million "Principal Pipelines" initiative can be implemented at little cost to districts, according to a study led by RAND's Susan Gates.

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