AIR is working with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) to better understand and strengthen the current state of education and career preparedness in Human Resources.
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The purpose of the Getting Ready for School intervention is to increase the successful transition of disadvantaged young children into school by imparting school readiness skills provided by their parents in their home. The Open Society Foundations contracted AIR to provide technical support for the evaluation of the pilot Getting Ready for School intervention program in six locations: Armenia, Bosnia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and the United States (North Carolina and NYC).
In 2005 AIR partnered with Chicago Public Schools (CPS) to identify the core indicators that schools must actively manage to support student success, and develop an instrument to assess these indicators.
This issue brief describes how schools can be involved in deworming in sub-Saharan Africa and how U.S. policymakers can be involved.
The IDEA Part D Program Analysis, Communication, Dissemination, and Meetings Multiple Award Task Order (MATO) for the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP), assists OSEP in evaluating program outcomes, analyzing policy options, and proactively communicating research-based knowledge for improving results for children with disabilities to multiple audiences.
The Florida Literacy and Reading Excellence (FLaRE) professional development (PD) study examined the effects of receiving FLaRE support vs. not, and receiving high vs. low levels of support.
AIR and partners are conducting a large-scale study of the impact of teacher professional development in mathematics. The Mathematics Professional Development (PD) Impact Study is a randomized controlled trial designed to test the impact of a scalable program of professional development that holds promise for improving mathematics instruction and student achievement at the seventh grade.
Since 2006, AIR has been working with the Microsoft Corporation and Puget Sound Educational Services District (PSESD) to improve instruction and increase rigor in middle school math throughout eight school districts in Washington.