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What Works Clearinghouse

Help Students Achieve Success in Math With the Evidence-Based Resources from the WWC
Visit What Works in Math, a central location at whatworks.
WWC Quick Review of the Report "Freshman Year Financial Aid Nudges: An Experiment to Increase FAFSA Renewal and College Persistence"
This study measured the impact of sending text message reminders regarding annual Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) renewal to first-year college students who were already receiving financial aid.
Study of College Possible Impacts Does Not Meet WWC Standards
Designed for low-income students, College Possible is a 2-year after-school curriculum that offers SAT/ACT test preparation, financial aid consulting, and college admissions guidance.
Designing Strong Studies: A What Works Clearinghouse Webinar for Researchers
Register now for a webinar on how to design studies that are consistent with WWC standards.
Strategies for Early Childhood Instruction
Find out how you can use the WWC to help preschoolers start their journey to academic success! Get tips and tools to develop strong language, literacy, mathematics, cognitive, and social skills.

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National Center for Special Education Research (NCSER)

NCSER Announces 2014 Single-Case Design Summer Training Institute
The National Center for Special Education Research (NCSER) at the Institute of Education Sciences announces its 4th Summer Research Training Institute on Single-Case Intervention Research Design and Analysis.
IES has released FY2015 Funding Announcements for NCSER Grant Competitions in Special Education Research
IES has released FY2015 Funding Announcements for NCSER Grant Competitions in Special Education Research (CFDA 84.
IES Releases Synthesis of Research on Improving Reading
This report summarizes findings from research supported by Institute of Education Sciences (IES) on effective methods for assessing students with or at risk for reading disabilities, the basic cognitive and linguistic processes behind reading disabilities, how to make reading instruction more effective for students with reading disabilities, and how to bring research-based instructional practices into the classroom.
IES Releases Synthesis of Research on Early Intervention and Early Childhood Education
The purpose of the synthesis is to describe what has been learned from research grants on early intervention and childhood education funded by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) National Center for Education Research and National Center for Special Education Research and published in peer-reviewed outlets through June 2010.
NCSER Announces FY 2013 Research and Research Training Grants
IES recently made new research and research training grant awards for applications considered under the June and September 2012 deadlines.

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