CEPR-affiliated faculty, researchers, and graduate students will be presenting on the topics of educator effectiveness, postsecondary access and success, and measurement tools at the upcoming Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness (SREE) conference. Stay engaged via @HarvardCEPR and #SREE16. View theCEPR-Affiliated Schedule
In recent years, the U.S. government has funded dozens of cluster-randomized trials that seek to evaluate the impact of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) curriculum materials and teacher professional development on student outcomes. This project synthesizes evidence from these studies, along with evidence from prior causal studies, in an effort to identify the characteristics of effective pre-K-12 programs.
The Partnering in Education Research (PIER) Fellowship, funded by the Institute of Education Sciences, is designed to train Harvard University doctoral students on how to conduct quantitative education research in partnership with school districts and state education agencies.... Read more about Partnering in Education Research (PIER) Fellowship
Miriam Greenberg, Director of Education and Communications, shares the importance of video technology to teacher feedback in the following HGSE Usable Knowledge blog post.... Read more about Let’s Rewind
One of the goals of NCTE is to provide valid and reliable tools to the field of education. The links below will connect you to the instruments that NCTE developed and/or used in the core study. Additionally, NCTE developed a Video Library that contains video examples of a range classroom mathematics instruction in the United States, and project data from the core study is archived at the Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR).