Partnering for Greater Impact
SREE’s attention to real-world impact is reflective of Steinhardt’s own emphasis on addressing societal problems through innovative research.
“From the beginning, SREE has been populated by a wide range of Steinhardt faculty and students, including others who have served on the Board of Directors, on the editorial board for the Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness, and as conference chairs,” says Kemple. “For the past three years, Steinhardt graduates have also received the SREE Early Career Award.”
Steinhardt is an institutional member of SREE and will sponsor a reception following this year’s Hedges Lecture on “Observing Equity and Inclusion in Effectiveness Research,” delivered by Barbara Schneider of Michigan State University.
“I think that Steinhardt’s leadership has helped move SREE in this new and important direction, as well as provide a home for scholars who are trying to answer those big questions about understanding impact,” says Kemple. “Steinhardt’s enduring support for SREE over the years and our deep connections through multiple avenues has been a terrific benefit to both institutions, and I look forward to fostering more growth and collaboration as SREE president.”
On Wednesday, September 29, 2021, Research Alliance Executive Director James Kemple presented at the Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness (SREE) 2021 conference.
On June 17 from 1:00-2:15pm EST, Deputy Director Cheri Fancsali and Research Associate Wendy Castillo will participate in a SREE virtual session, “Afterschool Strategies to Strengthen the STEM Pipeline in Grades 4-12.”
Researchers from around the country will gather in Washington, D.C. to focus on this year’s theme, “Tensions and Tradeoffs: Responding to Diverse Demands for Evidence.”