AIR’s approach to personalized learning draws upon our rigorous research base and strong field experience in facilitating educational system change efforts across the nation and globe. Explore AIR-developed resources to support states, districts, and schools that would like to implement personalized learning programming. ...
As states, districts and schools embark on the personalized learning journey, it is critical to ensure a strong foundation that includes embracing culturally responsive learning, social-emotional approaches, and flexible learning environments allowing for anywhere, anytime learning.
Through our Meet the Expert feature, get to know some of AIR’s key staff, learning what drives and keeps them going, the work they find most meaningful, and even a little bit about how they spend their personal time.
The National Reentry Resource Center at AIR supports the provision of a comprehensive response to the adults and juveniles who leave prisons, jails and juvenile residential facilities and return to their communities with support from the Second Chance Act.
The Corrections and Community Engagement Technical Assistance Center (CCETAC) at AIR is aimed at addressing these challenges through evidence-based approaches. Through CCETAC, AIR provides capacity-building training and technical assistance to Category 1 Second Chance Act grantees.
The Sesame Street Family Resource Kit Pilot is a new program that includes web-based and hands-on (storybook) resources for parents/caregivers of children ages 3–8 affected by parental addiction. The Sesame Street resources and activities will be set up for parents/caregivers to use at home for 6 weeks (about 30–60 minutes ...
In 2021, AIR launched the AIR Equity Initiative, a five-year, $100M+ investment in behavioral and social science research and technical assistance to address the underlying causes of systemic inequities and to increase opportunities for people and communities.
The AIR Center for Addiction Research and Effective Solutions (AIR CARES) is offering a webinar series featuring experts in the addiction field and focusing on specific social determinants of health and their relationship to substance use disorder and overdose.