It’s complicated: With so many edtech options to evaluate, schools shouldn’t be in it alone.
Evidence in Action
Expert Perspectives on Research, Policy, and Serving the Public Good
Context and Implementation MatterApr 24, 2018Bror Saxberg
We Can and Must Do Better on Gender DiversityApr 24, 2018Paul Decker
There is so much more that we can and must do to close the gap further and harness the true power of different perspectives, thinking, and experience.
Missing School and the Risk of Falling Behind: Chronic Absenteeism in the Early Grades (Part 1)Apr 23, 2018Christine Ross, Felicia Hurwitz
Educators, policymakers, researchers, and other stakeholders in the Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Mid-Atlantic region and across the country acknowledge the need to reduce chronic student absenteeism (typically defined as missing 10 percent or more of a school year).
It All Starts with a Meal: Mathematica and Miriam’s KitchenApr 19, 2018James Reschovsky
There is no secret sauce that makes Mathematica volunteers special. It’s just who we are and the values we hold.
Lessons from Medicare on Coordinating Care for Children with Special Health Care NeedsApr 17, 2018Kate A. Stewart, Katharine W.V. Bradley, Joe Zickafoose, Henry T. Ireys, Randall S. Brown
Many children enrolled in Medicaid have special health care needs.