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Utah STEM Action Center Releases Exemplar Statewide Program Evaluation

MIND Research Institute

A new bar has been set for state-grants-funded digital math programs evaluation. The Utah STEM Action Center has released its 2020 annual report , which includes the results of their comprehensive statewide program evaluation.

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Empowering Community Perspectives in Evaluation Research

Digital Promise

What is equitable evaluation? As funders, government agencies, and service providers become increasingly focused on program evaluation results to make evidence-based decisions, evaluators and other researchers seek to answer this question. Why does equitable evaluation matter? .

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How Blockchain Can Encourage Learning

Edsurge

Other emerging programs in the K12 space focus on the unique needs of hard-to-reach students. The program evaluates completion and consistency of student work, then releases digital funds accordingly. However, there is encouraging data around access and utility for under-priveleged communities.

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Edtech Data Improves Purchases and Student Performance

edWeb.net

Rather than rely solely on randomized controlled trials, generally considered the “gold standard” for medical treatments, the MIND approach emphasizes the use of publicly available schoolwide performance data that can be matched to specific schools and types of students. Evaluating the Evaluation Process.

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Using Data Visualizations to Improve Strategic Decision Making

District Administration

Making complex data more accessible and informative In the Madison Metropolitan School District, the Research & Program Evaluation Office provides rigorous and high-quality research and analysis to support district priorities.

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OPINION: Black-white disparities in education correlate with teachers’ implicit biases, but it will take more than education reform to solve the issue

The Hechinger Report

history has resulted in persistent unequal access to opportunity. Using nationwide data from the Stanford Education Data Archive , the Civil Rights Data Collection and Project Implicit ’s white-Black implicit association test (IAT), we examined teachers’ racial biases and Black-white educational disparities.

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U.S. K-12 Educational Technology Policy: Historical Notes on the Federal Role

Doug Levin

” This letter marked the launch of the implementation of the first federal program dedicated to ensuring universal access to information and communications technology for improved teaching and learning in the nation’s schools. ” How would the program operate? FY 2001: $450,000,000.

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