School of Education faculty, doctoral students, and alumni are presenting at the Spring 2018 conference of the Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness (SREE), held in Washington, DC, February 28-March 3. SREE endeavors to advance research relevant to practice, from early childhood through the transition to higher and continuing education. This year's conference is exploring the adoption and implementation of effective research-based practice: "The Evidence Behind Evidence Use: When Does Education Research Inform Practice?
The following 2018 SREE presentation titles are organized alphabetically. Click on the title to access the presentation abstracts.
Disparity in School Discipline: Do Poor and Racial Minority Students Receive Stiffer Disciplinary Responses?
Author: NaYoung Hwang
Early Learning Network Year 1 Results: Preschool Educational Practices and Child Outcomes
Authors: Robert Pianta, Virginia Vitiello, Jessica Whittaker, Erik Ruzek
EASE’ing Students into College: The Impact of Multidimensional Support for Underprepared Students
Authors: Sabrina Solanki, Di Xu, Peter McPartlan, Brian Sato
Estimating the Long-Run Impacts of the Chicago School Readiness Project
Authors: Tyler W. Watts, Jill Gandhi, C. Cybele Raver
Getting In: The Influence of Early Intervention on Later Selection into Higher-Performing Schools
Authors: Deanna A. Ibrahim, Tyler W. Watts, Jill Gandhi, Alaa Khader, C. Cybele Raver
Predictors of Participation in SMART Beginnings: A Randomized, Tiered Model of Intervention
Authors: Elizabeth B. Miller, Caitlin Canfield, Alan L. Mendelsohn, Pamela A. Morris, Daniel S. Shaw
Who Participates in QRIS? Comparing Center Characteristics and Improvement Activities
Authors: Jennifer K. Duer, Jade M. Jenkins, Maia C. Connors
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