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American Institutes for Research Mar 27
For , check out AIR's new resource for ! This self-paced module provides an intro to social and emotional learning, and is designed for all educators to help define, strategize and implement sustainable practices.
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Dana Tofig Mar 26
NEW PODCAST: During the outbreak, out of school providers are stepping up to fill gaps in learning and development and provide childcare for parents who can't work from home. AIR's explains!
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American Institutes for Research Mar 27
For those with substance use disorders, a public health crisis can greatly exacerbate already difficult circumstances. AIR's Elizabeth explains in the first AIR Informs podcast episode responding to the :
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American Institutes for Research Mar 26
How do children keep learning and growing even when they're not in school? The out-of-school time workforce is playing a huge role in our current crisis. AIR's explains in the 2nd episode of our podcast series responding to the .
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REL Midwest Mar 26
TODAY! Don’t miss our quick chat on shifting K-12 instruction to settings:
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American Institutes for Research Mar 25
Replying to @UNICEF
Data Must Speak (DMS) is a initiative that it calls an example of how the org and its partners "use existing numbers and figures to change children's lives." We hope you'll join us beginning at 1:45 PM ET.
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American Institutes for Research Mar 25
Tomorrow, check out a hybrid panel feat. AIR experts at this year's virtual CIES! This is a direct Zoom link for tomorrow's webinar, "Data-Driven Advocacy: An Evaluation of 's Community-Friendly School Profiles in Zambia.":
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Dana Tofig Mar 25
My colleagues developed a FAQ about for use by community organizations, schools, and other organizations. Check it out and share:
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American Institutes for Research Mar 25
Teachers, school and district leaders who are developing strategies during the /COVID-19 pandemic: Join and for a free webinar tomorrow, beginning at 3:30 PM ET. Registration details here.
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American Institutes for Research Mar 24
Why are states responding differently to the coronavirus/COVID-19 public health emergency? AIR has plain language answers to your questions about the pandemic, in a 508 compliant PDF.
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Matt Linick Mar 24
Check out the new podcast from -- touching on evidence, health, and this is a good time to make sure you are following sound guidance with strong supporting evidence.
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American Institutes for Research Mar 24
For , AIR's Karen Francis, Susan Therriault, and Allison Gandhi share their thoughts on the women who inspired them to improve the lives of others.
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American Institutes for Research Mar 20
During a health crisis, access to credible, reliable information is paramount. As we continue to confront the coronavirus, our March newsletter highlights the need for finding vetted sources, and how to focus on what you can personally control.
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Daniel Harwell Mar 23
Happy Birthday to the Affordable Care Act. Really proud to have been part of the team developing and implementing one small piece of the ACA, the QHP Enrollee Survey, to measure patient experiences with their health plan.
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FEMA Mar 20
⚠ Due to the large amount of speculation regarding , this is a reminder to rely on OFFICIAL sources for accurate information. Help control the spread of rumors by sharing this page:
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American Institutes for Research Mar 23
Throughout , we've been sharing stories from AIR staff on the women who inspired them to improve the lives of others. Here's Julie Kochanek on her inspiration: Jeannie Oakes.
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REL Midwest Mar 22
How can you determine which interventions could improve student outcomes? Check out the REL Midwest’s video on understanding ‘s tiers of evidence:
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American Institutes for Research Mar 20
During a health crisis, access to credible, reliable information is paramount. As we continue to confront the coronavirus, our March newsletter highlights the need for finding vetted sources, and how to focus on what you can personally control.
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AIR Education Mar 19
AIR's Jessica Heppen in on the shift to online learning during : “We as a nation were not prepared for this, so it’s good there are a plethora of tools available.”
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American Institutes for Research Mar 19
Replying to @salisburyafshar
Hear first from AIR's Elizabeth Salisbury-Afshar (), a practicing physician and researcher, as she offers insights to navigate this crisis.
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