Study Reveals “Statistically Significant” Impact of PowerMyLearning’s SEL Program on Students’ Competencies, School Climate

“Nurture Student Growth Through Social Emotional Learning” significantly improved school climate, relationships at Jeanne R. Meadows Elementary  A new study published today by PowerMyLearning, a K-12 non-profit that unlocks the power of collaboration between families, teachers and students, confirms the

New Report Shows the National Math & Science Initiative’s Long-Term Impact on Ensuring Equitable Access to STEM

Data show that across all race and ethnicity groups, students who participated in NMSI’s College Readiness Program are more likely to earn STEM degrees than the national average. New data from the National Math and Science Initiative demonstrate the long-term

ParentSquare Guide Provides Best Practices to Help K-12 Educators Engage With Hardest-to-Reach Families

Guide and infographic share insights and recommendations to address challenges in communicating with all students’ families The role of effective communication has never been more critical, but districts and schools are facing a gamut of challenges in engaging all parents

Covid-19 Created a Learning Gap for Millions of Kids Across the Country; New Research Shows Teachers Optimistic About Solutions to Recover From It

Nearly 8 in 10 Teachers Think One-on-One Supplemental Learning Is Among the Most Effective Means to Minimize Learning Gaps, and the Majority Would Recommend It to Parents BYJU’S FutureSchool today released new research conducted by The Harris Poll, which gives

New Report from CatchOn, Digital Promise & Project Tomorrow Details Best Practices for Using Digital Engagement Data to Drive Learning

CatchOn today introduced a new report, Best Practices in the Use of Data Analytics, which tracks seven districts from Digital Promise’s League of Innovative Schools through a pilot during which they used CatchOn’s learning analytics solution. The goal of the