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Our work improves learning in classrooms, at home, online, and in other environments through evaluation, research, evidence-based technical assistance, and technology solutions.
AIR experts play a major role in providing high-quality data used to inform policymaking and practice at the district, state, and federal level in the U.S. and in countries around the world.
Executive Vice President and Director, Education Program
Vice President and Institute Fellow
AIR has developed Promoting College and Career Readiness: A Pocket Guide for State and District Leaders, a research-based reference tool that identifies strategies to ensure that all students, regardless of special needs or language fluency, are prepared for postsecondary education and careers.
This issue brief is the first in a series produced by AIR to promote research, policy, and practice related to broadening the participation of traditionally underrepresented groups in STEM doctoral education and the workforce.
The need to serve English language learners (ELLs) has never been more pressing. Supporting English Language Learners: A Pocket Guide for State and District Leaders, developed by the Center for English Language Learners at AIR, is designed for state and district leaders who play a key role in ensuring that all students—including ELLs—graduate from high school well prepared for college and careers.
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