Design2Learn (D2L) is a NYC-based afterschool program aimed at increasing middle school students’ interest, engagement, and achievement in science. We examined D2L’s implementation, as well as its impact on various student outcomes.
The Research Alliance’s new policy brief outlines recommendations for how City and District leaders can take a more demanding approach to advancing equity, while sustaining the progress that has been made during the last 20 years.
Inaugural Paper Series
Presented at the inaugural conference of the Research Alliance for NYC Schools, New York, October 2007.
Schwartz, Amy Ellen., Rubenstein, Ross., and Stiefel, Leanna, 2007
Why Do Some Schools Get More and Others Less?
An Examination of School-Level Funding in New York City.
Boyd, Donald., Grossman, Pamela., Lankford, Hamilton, Loeb, Susanna., and Wyckoff, James H., 2007
Teacher Attrition and Student Achievement.
Easton, John Q., and Roderick, Melissa, 2007
Developing New Roles for Research in New Policy Environments .
The Consortium on Chicago School Research.
Pallas, Aaron M., and. Riehl, Carolyn J., 2007
The demand for high school programs in New York City .
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