Education and Training Research

Career and Technical Education

As administrative leader of the National Center for Innovation in Career and Technical Education, we work to strengthen and expand programs nationwide.

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Early Literacy and Numeracy

Our Tangerine application is changing how early grade reading and mathematics assessments are performed in low-resource settings.

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Research Operations

Our centralized Research Operations Center supports more than 50 ongoing surveys and other projects for government and commercial clients.

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Mobile Tech for Math Skills

Our experts examined the use of mobile technologies to improve math skills for early grade students in developing countries.

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Our experts conduct rigorous studies to assess and help improve the quality of early childhood development through adult education and workforce development programs in the United States and around the world. We provide clear, unbiased, policy-focused research and innovative data tools for educators, policymakers, and the public. Show more

We also provide education and training solutions for forensic scientists and law enforcement officials around the world, and we provide technical assistance—including tools for measuring and improving literacy and numeracy—to strengthen education systems in developing countries.

An important part of our work in education is the integration of gender-based research. To broaden and strengthen our education policy and program evaluations, we draw on the varied expertise and resources found in the RTI Global Gender Center.

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RTI International, USAID partner with Jordanian Ministry of Education to improve reading, math learning outcomes

The United States Agency for International Development has named RTI International the lead implementer of its Early Grade Reading and Math Project (USAID RAMP) in Jordan. The initiative, which supports USAID’s goal of improving reading skills for 100 million children in primary grades by 2015, builds on a successful RTI-led reading and math intervention during the 2013-2014 school year.

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