The Annenberg Institute’s Rhode Island education research initiatives bring together local education leaders and researchers to solve pressing educational challenges, with a specific focus on student engagement and teacher learning. Drawing on the complementary expertise and earned trust of partners, these initiatives seek to improve Rhode Island student and school experiences through stronger use of data and evidence while producing research that has impact on a national scale.
How are RI districts choosing to spend federal recovery dollars and what does this imply for the kinds of support the state can provide?
How can districts in Rhode Island reduce teacher shortages and hire a more diverse workforce?
What will it take for districts to create high-dosage tutoring programs aligned to evidence-based design principles?
How can districts build an evidence-based strategy for Covid-19 recovery?
How can the RI Department of Education and local school districts better guide high school students in their coursetaking decisions to improve their long-term outcomes?
Does providing students in PPSD with greater access to public transportation improve attendance?
What strategies are most likely to improve PPSD student attendance and engagement?