Current Work

SRA Imagine It!/Everyday Mathematics® Randomized Controlled Trial

Researchers at SEDL and the University of Wisconsin-Madison are conducting a national randomized controlled trial study of SRA Imagine It! Today’s Open Court and Everyday Mathematics® to determine the impact of the programs on teacher practices and student academic achievement. Visit the website

Center for High-Performing Schools

Through the Center for High-Performing Schools, SEDL partners with schools and districts to improve teaching and learning and produce lasting changes in organizational cultures. Our range of services provide leadership teams and teachers with the knowledge and skills to achieve and sustain their desired changes.
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Regional Educational Laboratory Southwest (REL Southwest)

One of 10 national RELs funded by the Institute for Education Sciences, the REL Southwest facilitates six research alliances composed of researchers, practitioners, and those with policy interests to share information and conduct collaborative work around high-priority problems of policy or practice.
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Regional Educational Laboratory Southeast (REL Southeast)

The REL SE is located at Florida State University in partnership with SEDL, Instructional Research Group, and RMC Research Corporation. The REL Southeast serves the states of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
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Knowledge Translation for Employment Research (KTER) Center

SEDL, in partnership with Virginia Commonwealth University, is operating the KTER Center to improve employment outcomes for people with disabilities (e.g., higher employment rates, better working supports) by promoting the use of relevant, high-quality research to improve support services. Visit the website

Knowledge Translation for Disability and Rehabilitation Research Center

SEDL operates this national center, which applies knowledge translation to promote the use of relevant, high-quality disability and rehabilitation research among grantees of the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, including those serving as Knowledge Translation Centers. Visit the website

Illinois Quality Afterschool

This initiative provides technical assistance and professional development to all 21st CCLC grantees in Illinois. It is designed to ensure that grantees in Illinois receive the necessary assistance — including training, tools, resource materials, and expertise — to deliver high-quality afterschool programs that  strengthen student engagement and academic achievement. Visit the website

National Center for Family and Community Connections With Schools

This center, housed at SEDL, provides research-based information and resources to strengthen connections among schools, families, and communities in ways that support student achievement and success. Resources include toolkits, webinars, an online research database, research syntheses, and briefs. Visit the website

Texas Comprehensive Center (TXCC)

The TXCC at SEDL works closely with the Texas Education Agency to support its efforts to implement, scale up, and sustain initiatives statewide and to lead and support districts and schools in improving student outcomes. RMC Research is a partner in this project.
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Southeast Comprehensive Center (SECC)

The SECC at SEDL works closely with the state education agencies in Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, and South Carolina to support their efforts to implement, scale up, and sustain initiatives statewide and to lead and support their districts and schools in improving student outcomes. Partners in this project include the American Institute for Research and RMC Research. Visit the website

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