A new report highlights what shared elements help out-of-school STEM programs find success in regional and national scaling.
What does it take for a child to enter school with the academic and socioemotional skills needed to succeed? Download this report to understand key drivers of Kindergarten readiness, contributing factors throughout a child’s early years, and the parent/adult behaviors that best support child development.
This year, Overdeck Family Foundation funded four new studies and renewed 18 grants totaling $6,140,722 in research funding.
The data in this report reflects some clear challenges that RSU2 needs to focus on as well as bright spots.
An overview of our foundation's research continuum and a look at 2019 mid-year progress.
A downloadable resource of key considerations and best practices for research dissemination.
A call for Letters of Interest to help the Inspired Minds portfolio understand which out-of-school STEM programs have scaled and why.
It is impossible to have a successful applied research project (quantitative or qualitative) without first recruiting a sample. Here are some best practices for recruiting representative samples in education.
Overdeck Family Foundation supported 22 new research projects in 2018, providing total funding of over $5.6 million.
The Opportunity Myth study found that most students do what they’re asked in school but are still not ready to succeed after school given a lack of assignments that ask students to achieve grade level mastery.