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Research Collaborations

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NMSI actively engages with education researchers at universities and organizations across the country on studies of the effectiveness of NMSI programs. Our recent research collaborations and studies include the following:
 
Research Partner Study
A+ College Ready/Alabama State Department of Education Impact of Laying the Foundation teacher training on student outcomes
American Institutes for Research Sustainment of the College Readiness Program beyond NMSI’s three-year school partnership
Kentucky Center for Education and Workforce Statistics Effect of Advanced Placement participation and performance on post-secondary and workforce outcomes for Kentucky students
The University of Texas at Dallas Effect of Advanced Placement participation and performance on post-secondary and workforce outcomes for Texas students
The University of Texas at Austin Analysis of UTeach recruitment, retention, completion, and teacher effects on student learning
University of Nevada, Las Vegas Effect of self-perceptions of mathematics on future mathematics interest and course taking
University of California, Riverside Effect of self-perceptions of science on future science interest and course taking
University of California, Berkeley Development of college readiness measures in algebra and statistical thinking
University of California, Santa Barbara Effect of self-perceptions of science on future science interest and course taking
National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards and Student Testing at the University of California, Los Angeles Randomized control trial on the impact of the College Readiness Program on selected student outcomes
University of Massachusetts Amherst Effect of Advanced Placement participation and performance on post-secondary and workforce outcomes
National Academy of Sciences The science of mentoring in STEM fields