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November 19, 2021

Dean’s Forum on Race & Public Policy: Moving Racism Front & Center in Child Welfare

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This event featured a conversation about anti-racism in child welfare policy in partnership with the UW School of Social Work and included Angelique Day, Associate Professor, UW School of Social Work; Alan Detlaff, Dean, University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work; John Edmonds, Supervisor, Olmsted County Community Services; Tessa Evans-Campbell, Associate Dean, UW School…

September 15, 2021

The Landscape of Career and Technical Education Faculty Data Use for Decision-Making and Program Improvement in National Science Foundation–Advanced Technical Education Programs in Washington State

Evans Authors: Grant Blume

Balhan, K., Blume, G., Bragg, D., Hang, K., Meza, E., Rubin, Z., & Zumeta, W. (2021). Career and Technical Education Research.

Over the last ten years, in Washington community and technical colleges (CTC) there has been a great leap forward in access and use of data for setting and measuring goals,…

December 31, 2020

Increasing Identification of Homeless Students

Evans Authors: Crystal C. Hall

With Shephard, D. D., Hall, C., & Lamberton, C. (2020). Educational Researcher.

The more than 1.5 million students in the United States who experience homelessness are entitled to educational support through the Education for Homeless Children & Families program, many of whom are not identified and never receive this support. Through a randomized controlled trial across 1,732 local education agencies in New Jersey, New Mexico, and New…

June 30, 2019

The Effect of Advanced Placement Science on Students’ Skills, Confidence, and Stress

Conger, D., Kennedy, A., Long, M., & McGhee, Jr., R. (2021). The Journal of Human Resources.

The AP program has been widely adopted by secondary schools, yet the evidence on the impacts of taking AP courses has been entirely observational. This study reports results from the first experimental study of AP, focusing on whether AP endows students with greater human capital than other regular and honors courses.

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