Rebecca Kopriva (PI) received $3.8 million from the Michigan Department of Education for the project, Dynamic Interactive Formative Assessment Tasks and End-of-Unit Tests for Measuring Challenging Concepts and Skills of Diverse Middle School Students, through September 2019.
Geoffrey Borman and Martha Alibali (PIs) received a $2.9 million award from the U.S. Department of Education for continuing the Interdisciplinary Training Program for Predoctoral Research in the Education Sciences, through June 2020.
Jerlando Jackson (PI) received $5,255 from the Ford Foundation for the project "Global Travel Learning Fund/International Colloquium on Black Males in Education," through October 2015.
Rob Meyer and Brad Carl (PIs) received $849,409 from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction for the project "Wisconsin Value-Added Reporting 2016-2017," through December 2017.
Bradley Carl (PI) received $150,000 from Milwaukee Public Schools for evaluating the Milwaukee Partnership School Project, through August 2016.
Steve Kimball, Herb Heneman and Brad Carl (PIs) received $144,000 from Westat for education technical assistance and support services (EDTASS), through September 2016.
Sara Goldrick-Rab (PI) received $70,000 from the Madison Metropolitan School District to evaluate the AVID TOPS Middle School program, through June 2016.
Steve Kimball and Brad Carl (co-PIs) were awarded $1.07 million from the Department of Public Instruction for continuing their work on the Wisconsin Educator Effectiveness System, through June 2017.