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Crane Research Forum: Examining school-based behavioral interventions for racial inclusion and equity: Are interventions “evidenced-based” for all?
Each month’s Crane Research Forum features research on emerging or key topics that impact the field of early child care and education. These events are free and open to all, but registration is required.
NOVEMBER CRANE RESEARCH FORUM
Examining school-based behavioral interventions for racial inclusion and equity: Are interventions “evidenced-based” for all?
Wednesday, November 3 • 12-1pm • Zoom
Dr. Scott Graves, Crane Center faculty associate and associate professor of School Psychology in the Department of Educational Studies
The What Works Clearinghouse (WWC), from the Institute of Education Sciences, reviews existing high-quality research on different educational programs and practices in order to help educators make evidence-based decisions. Dr. Scott Graves will discuss his examination on whether the WWC’s behavioral interventions, specifically those identified as “meeting standards” that are focused on positive behavioral outcomes, addressed racial bias or were modified for multiple cultures. Dr. Graves’ research interests broadly span understanding protective factors that lead to appropriate development in early childhood.