Research Projects

The goal of Project CIRCUITS is to implement, evaluate, replicate, and disseminate systemic prevention models that accelerate and sustain the early reading achievement of students with reading disabilities or at risk of disabilities in grades K-3.

ELM is a Goal 3 Efficacy and Replication study focused on testing the impact of a core kindergarten mathematics program.

EVI is a Goal 3 Efficacy and Replication study of a kindergarten vocabulary intervention developed by colleagues at the University of Connecticut. CTL is a subcontract to this research with sites in Oregon.

EBISS is an implementation project designed to increase student outcomes through effective district use of the Schoolwide Reading Model and PBIS.

EBISS is an implementation project designed to increase student outcomes through effective district use of the Schoolwide Reading Model and PBIS.

FUSION is a Goal 2 Development and Innovation project focused on developing a 60-lesson, print-based (Tier 2) intervention in mathematics.

The postdoctoral training program supports and trains postdoctoral fellows with expertise in research design and implementation, applied content expertise, and methodology and data analysis.

The i3 project is designed to test the impact of a two-year intervention on the mathematics achievement of at-risk students, and ensure a successful transition in mathematics across the pre-kindergarten to kindergarten school years.

Project LINK will develop a prototype for an integrated intervention delivered by preschool teachers and Latino families that will enhance the oral language skills and vocabulary of young Dual Language Learners.

MSIP is an evaluation study of the effectiveness of a comprehensive intervention targeting reading intervention, school engagement, and data-based decision-making.

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