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Progress in implementation science over the last two decades allows our nation to reap important gains from years of investing in rigorous evaluation of evidence-based programs.
Although a wealth of research has shown that financial aid reduces hurdles to college enrollment, relatively little is known about how aid affects students after they are enrolled, much less how they react to the common occurrence of losing aid midway through their college careers. A CALDER working paper co-authored by AIR finds that losing financial aid weakens students’ engagement with college.
This project for the U.S. Department of Education will conduct a randomized control trial to study the implementation of a package of teacher and leader evaluation system practices in which teachers and principals receive feedback on their practices and their contributions to student growth.