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I CAN Learn Million Student Study

Type: Corporate
Source: I CAN Learn
Program: I CAN Learn Million Student Study
Eligibility: This grant is open to all schools (public, private, and charter) and school districts who will commit to taking part in a first of its kind nationwide study on the effectiveness of the already proven I CAN Learn math program. The applicant will also commit to using the I CAN Learn math program as their full time math intervention program or as the core instructional program for targeted students (75% or> instructional time). Instructional time and type should be defined in application. Because this is a large scale scientific study, the applicant must agree to either randomly place students into the I CAN Learn program or provide matched pairs (comparable non-I CAN Learn students), which can be from a similar school/district. The grant award will cover 50% of the total three-year implementation cost of the program.
Purpose: The Purpose Of This Grant Is To Encourage Schools And School Districts To Take Part In This Unprecedented Million Student Study Of The I CAN Learn Program. The Study Will Be Conducted By Dr. Geoffrey Borman Of The University Of Wisconsin-Madison. Dr. Borman Is A Principal Standing Panel Member Of The Education Systems And Broad Reform Research Review Panel Of The U.S. Department Of Education, Institute Of Education Sciences, And His Credentials Ensures That This Project Will Be Conducted With The Highest Possible Standards. Students Will Be Evaluated Against Their States' End Of Course Tests And/or High-stakes AYP Tests.
Deadline: 02-29-2012
Quantity: Unknown
Period: Three years.
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For additional questions, please contact John Arnold by email at jarnold@icanlearn.com or by phone at 678-360-2638.
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