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Previous Work — October 2005 to September 2012



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SECC Rapid Responses

To assist state department of education (SDE) staff in promptly addressing queries from policymakers or school-district personnel, the SECC compiles evidence-based information and develops summary documents, which are called Rapid Responses. To ensure quality responses, SECC staff conduct interviews with clients to gain a thorough understanding of the query and the context in which the information will be used and conduct Web-based and hand searches to obtain materials that are relevant to the requested topic. Below is a list of select Rapid Responses that have been completed in response to requests from SDE staff. Topics include NCLB-related issues such as teacher quality, school improvement, curriculum and instruction, as well as accountability and assessment.

Click on a title to view a detailed description of the request, including a link to download a PDF of the Rapid Response.


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  1. Career and Technical Education
  2. Compensation Strategies to Address Teacher Shortages
  3. Early Childhood Curricula and Programs for Pre-K Students
  4. Educating Overage Students
  5. Professional Development Connected to Student Achievement in STEM Education
  6. Project-based Learning
  7. Response to Intervention (RtI) Implementation and Monitoring
  8. Response to Intervention (RtI) Policy
  9. Response to Intervention Practices
  10. Response to Intervention Progress Monitoring Tools
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