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The Center for Survey Methods supports the design, collection, analysis, and dissemination of research and statistics on significant social issues for federal and state governments, private firms, universities, institutes, and nonprofit organizations across the country in a variety of social and behavioral science fields.
A variety of health, wellness and school climate issues interact to either support or undermine student performance in school. To track these factors, the Ohio Department of Education contracted with AIR to develop and administer the Ohio Healthy Schools Profile System, which supports data collection, analysis, and reporting of health risk and protective factors that affect student learning.
The publication aims to provide users of NCES data with the information necessary to evaluate the suitability of the statistics for their needs, with a focus on the methodologies for survey design, data collection, and data processing.
The National Center on Education, Disability, and Juvenile Justice is a national center to conduct research, training, technical assistance, advocacy, and dissemination activities to develop more effective responses to the needs of youth with disabilities in the juvenile justice system or those at-risk for involvement with it.