The Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness (SREE) advances research on policies, programs, and practices that cause educational and related outcomes.Under the theme, "Lost in Translation: Building Pathways from Knowledge to Action," the Spring 2016 conference focuses on strategies that maximize the likelihood that policy makers, funders and practitioners will demand and use rigorous research.
Education Northwest is involved in the following sessions on Friday, March 4, 2016:
Human Capital Issues in the Scale-Up of Research-Practice Partnerships
Moderator: Steve Fleischman, Education Northwest
Panelists: Ruth Curran Neild, Institute of Education Sciences; Vivian Tseng, William T. Grant Foundation; Ruth Lopez Turley, Rice University; Laura Wentworth, California Education Partners
Making Meaning of Research Study Findings: Working Collaboratively with Practitioners to Translate Knowledge to Action
Organizer: Julie Riordan, Education Development Center
Presenters: Jason Greenberg Motamedi, Education Northwest; Caroline Parker, Education Development Center; Elisabeth Davis, American Institutes for Research; Karen Shakman, Education Development Center.
Greenberg Motamedi will be presenting from the REL Northwest study published in 2015, Time to Reclassification: How Long Does It Take English Language Learners in Seven Washington State Districts to Develop English Proficiency?