We help translate the latest research findings into easily understood practices and policies that can be carried out with fidelity. We conduct research and share evidence-based practices with a wide audience to test and improve policies, programs, and practices.
We conducted a study
with the Indiana Department of Education Special Education Office to identify Indiana school districts with high percentages of preschool inclusive services and high impact on child outcomes. (serving a high percentage of preschoolers with disabilities in regular early childhood classrooms and having a high impact on child outcomes.) The results informed the online Indiana Directory of Effective Preschool Inclusion Models of participating school districts and the evidence-based practices they implement to provide effective preschool inclusion.
the state's first publicly-funded preschool pilot, the Early Education Matching Grant (EEMG) during its three years.
kindergarten discontinuity, specifically in regards to the long-term effects of exclusionary practices.
the impact of a family engagement effort intended to improve preschool attendance.
How can we assist you in discovering, conducting and disseminating current research?