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AIR Institute Fellow Robert “Bob” Kim served as deputy assistant secretary in the Office for Civil Rights of the U.S. ...
While technology and education came to the forefront in the pandemic, schools have long used technology to enhance teaching and learning.
The popular television show "Abbott Elementary" features situations that are very relatable to educators, Cheryl Krohn, a former teacher and ...
Between 2012 and 2019, the response rate for the screener phase of the National Household Education Surveys Program declined. To ...
Many schools hoping to infuse practices with research have encountered challenges, and Battle Creek Public Schools’ experience implementing literary instruction ...
Opioid use disorder persists as one of the largest epidemics in America. In this In the Field piece, we discuss ...
The pandemic affected nearly all sectors of society, including some of the areas where AIR focuses its work—education, workforce development, ...
Sexually transmitted infections (STI) clinics and other community-based organizations play a vital role in providing timely access to STI prevention ...
International Women's Day, March 8, celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women across the globe, and calls ...
On February 23, the AIR Equity Initiative hosted an event whose panel of experts discussed different strategies for systematically and ...
The theme of Public Schools Week 2022 is “Creating Safe, Equitable and Engaging Public Schools,” which directly aligns to the ...
Mentoring is an important part of AIR’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, both within and beyond our institution. In ...
Melissa Hafner is a health policy researcher at AIR. Prior to joining AIR, she conducted health research at Mathematica Policy ...
Living with a serious medical condition can be frightening and isolating for children. SeriousFun Children’s Network offers camps that “create ...
During the Bridges Toward Equity: Making Workforce Development Work for All roundtable event, a panel of AIR and community experts ...
Kathleen Murphy, Ph.D., is a principal investigator for AIR’s Center on Knowledge Translation for Disability and Rehabilitation Research. She also ...
For people who rely on opioids and experience chronic pain or disability, treatment options are neither simple nor straightforward. AIR ...
Despite its benefits in preventing opioid overdoses, stigma and fear have prevented naloxone from being more widely distributed, and the ...
Efforts to address inequities can be siloed and aren’t always based on evidence. The AIR Equity Initiative is taking a ...
In his 25+ years running medium- and large-scale surveys in Africa, Mehari Belachew has learned to expect the unexpected. In ...