School of Education faculty and students presented at the 2019 Society for Research in Educational Effectiveness (SREE) Conference in Washington, D.C., March 6-9. The 2019 conference theme is "Tensions and Tradeoffs: Responding to Diverse Demands for Evidence." SREE is committed to advancing research relevant to practice, from early childhood through the transition to higher and continuing education. The Society strives to generate knowledge and facilitate applications in new contexts and across fields.
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Does the Response to Intervention Approach Improve Academic and Disability Outcomes (Poster)
Authors: Zhiling Shea, Jade Jenkins
A Reanalysis of Impacts of the Tennessee Voluntary Prekindergarten Program (Paper)
Authors: Tyler Watts, Greg Duncan, Mariela Rivas
Reciprocal Effects of Reading and Mathematics? Beyond the Cross-Lagged Panel Model (Paper)
Authors: Drew Bailey, Yoonkyung Oh, George Farkas, Paul Morgan, Marianne Hillemeier
Greg Duncan served as discussant for the symposium "New Evidence on the Effects of Heat, Crime, Segregation and Socioeconomic Status on Racial Test Score Inequalities."