Catalyzing innovative research on equitable digital learning at scale
SEERNet’s Transformative Model of Research will begin with learning platforms that already have 100,000 or more students and will begin on day one with scale and generalizability at the forefront. We’re not waiting to figure out how to scale, we’re bringing research to the world-class platforms which students already use today. By continually pressing to address issues of equity, ethics, and efficacy at every stage of the research, we will enable rapid research that is responsive to student needs.
Based on the new Standard for Excellence in Education Research (SEER Standards) around Equity, we propose that researchers should consider future-oriented approaches and methodologies to conduct equity-relevant research using DLPs. Taking a future-oriented approach, we created scenarios and personas to help us envision an equitable and inclusive future.
We are building a community of researches, education practitioners, school leaders, and industry partners to engage with five Digital Learning Platforms.
The Foundational Handbook on Improvement Research in Education is a pathbreaking effort to build a field of research committed to producing the practical knowledge needed to advance educational access, quality, and equity. This is research distinguished by the use of inclusive, iterative approaches to analysis, design, implementation, and evaluation to understand and address educational opportunities, needs, and problems grounded deeply in school and community contexts.
REL Southwest examined the characteristics and college readiness of students from three cohorts of grade 12 students in 2017/18–2019/20 in a large urban district in New Mexico who earned different…
This report describes selected results from the 2021 NAEP School and Teacher Questionnaire Special Study conducted in March and April 2021.
IES announces Math Prize finalists from Phase 1 that have been selected to implement their interventions with partnering schools in Phase 2.