Projects related to K-12 Education
Applying expertise in statistics to assess the performance of U.S. high schools
Strengthening education support systems for foster youth
Since the 1960s, the U.S. Department of Education has developed and expanded the Federal TRIO Programs with the goal of improving secondary, postsecondary, and postbaccalaureate opportunities for disadvantaged students.
Assessing a major investment in initiatives to promote Deeper Learning throughout the United States
Lending expertise in data analysis to support efforts to help students succeed
The Game-Changing Research Incentive Program (GRIP) at North Carolina State University (NCSU) asks local university personnel and RTI researchers to propose ways to stimulate the growth of interdisciplinary research.
Using existing student data to evaluate the effectiveness of education interventions
How RTI is making an impact on K-12 education in North Carolina
Supporting mother tongue language curriculum reform in Ethiopia
A first-of-its-kind inquiry into the transitional years between elementary and high school
How RTI’s EF Touch platform helps to quantify crucial developmental skills
Tracking milestones to adulthood for students who were high school sophomores in 2002
Sourcing healthy school lunches from local providers
Preparing North Carolina teens for careers in local industry
In the Education Leadership Practicum, the RTI Center for Education Services trained teachers from Johnston County Public Schools to pursue advanced degrees and leadership positions.