Research on Education Strategies to
Advance Recovery and Turnaround


This journal article shares the steps taken by a school to advocate for and implement a model that allows special education services to access the behavior-analytic educational supports they had received on campus (e.g., Board Certified Behavior Analyst and paraprofessional support) in a novel and remote manner.
This report provides an overview of the strategies used at Great Oaks Charter School Bridgeport to support learning recovery.

Social emotional learning (SEL) is a vital component of learning environments that foster well-being and success for both students and educators. Students have experienced profound learning and mental health challenges since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) invested in Learning Renewal–SEL programs to address these challenges. The American Institutes for Research (AIR®) is collaborating with ISBE to evaluate its Learning Renewal–SEL initiative, which is described in Exhibit 1.

This brief analyzes the current state - as of September 2023 - of teacher and principal attrition in North Carolina public schools.
This brief focuses on the impacts of Summer 2021 school extension programs on students who were enrolled in grades 9 through 12 in the 2020-21 academic year and remained enrolled in North Carolina public high schools in the 2021-22 academic year.
This brief focuses on North Carolina's summer school extension program.
This study identified how a school can build relationships and foster resiliency, as demonstrated through academic improvement and connection to the school community, for students who experienced disrupted learning caused by the pandemic.
This report presents an analysis of the results from the American School District Panel survey administered in spring 2022.
This study explores the progress made by Connecticut principals and school counselors in implementing the Connecticut Comprehensive School Counseling Framework.
This study examined principals’ reports of changes in non-instructional investments from SY 2019–2020 to SY 2020–2021 using data from a national sample of U.S. pre-kindergarten through 12th grade schools.