February 2014: Public webinar for all interested stakeholders (districts, states, providers, parents) to summarize findings and discuss lessons learned.
Summer 2013: In-person presentations of provider-level effects to each participating district"
September 2013: Presentation at the fall meeting of the Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness (Washington, DC). Paper entitled "Improving the Quality of and Access to Federally Funded, Digital Out of School Time Tutoring".
April 2013: Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (San Francisco, CA). Paper presented, "At Risk in Digital Tutoring"
March 2013: Presentation at the Institute of Education Sciences (Washington, D.C.) to provide a summary and discussion of findings to date for a meeting of Principle Investigators.
November 2012: Presentation at the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management Fall Conference (Baltimore, MD). Paper presented, "The Equity and Effectiveness of a Market-based Intervention for Increasing Student Achievement under No Child Left Behind"
Fall 2012: In-person presentations of provider-level effects to each participating district
June 2012: Public webinar for general stakeholders (providers, parents, other states and districts outside of study sample, etc) to review most recent findings.
May 2012: District briefing webinar led by Patricia Burch and Carolyn Heinrich for participating districts to share most recent findings and facilitate a collaborative discussion around strategies to address common challenges
April 2012: Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (Vancouver, B.C.) Papers presented included, "Devil is in the Details: Policy Barriers to Equal Access to Quality Instruction in the Design and Implementation of Supplemental Educational Services" and "Lessons on the Instructional Core from a Mixed Method Evaluation of Supplemental Educational Services"
March 2012: Presentation at the Institute of Education Sciences (Washington, D.C.). Carolyn Heinrich and Patricia Burch provided a summary and discussion of findings to date for a meeting of Principle Investigators.
Summer 2011: Presentations of provider-level effects to each participating district
May 2011: Wednesday, May 4, 2011, 12:00 noon: Seminar
Professor Heinrich will be presenting a seminar of "The Efficacy of Providers of Supplemental Educational Services (SES) in Increasing Student Achievement." The presentation will be on the 11th floor of the Educational Sciences building at 12:00 noon on Wednesday, May 4, 2011.
April 2011: Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (New Orleans, LA). Paper titled, “Instruction Matters: Lessons from a Mixed Method Evaluation of Supplemental Educational Services Under No Child Left Behind” by Annalee Good, Patricia Burch, Carolyn Heinrich, Molly Stewart, and Rudy Acosta.
March 2011: Presentation at “Tightening Up Title I” conference sponsored by the Center for American Progress and the American Enterprise Institute (Washington, D.C.). Paper titled “The Implementation and Effectiveness of Supplemental Educational Services: A Review and Recommendations for Program Improvement” by Patricia Burch and Carolyn Heinrich
March 2011: Presentation for Policy Analysis for California Education (Stanford, CA). Paper titled “IQ Squared: Integrating the Qualitative and Quantitative in Education Policy Research” by Patricia Burch and Carolyn Heinrich
February 2011: Presentation at the Sociology of Education Conference (Monterey, CA). Paper titled, “(Un)equal Access to Quality Tutoring: Preliminary Findings of a Multisite Study of the Implementation and Effects of Supplemental Educational Services (SES)” by Patricia Burch, Carolyn Heinrich, Annalee Good and Molly Stewart
February 2011: Provider Briefing
Principal investigators Carolyn Heinrich and Patricia Burch presented preliminary results from the study over the Internet to SES Providers. The presentation was conducted on February 1, 2011.
December 2010 District Briefing: Beyond the Bell & Behind the Door
Principal investigators Carolyn Heinrich and Tricia Burch will visit each district participating in the Supplemental Education Service Integrated Qualitative and Quantitative study. The visits will include a meeting with the district staff to describe preliminary findings from the study as well as ongoing research activities. The briefings will take place on the following dates in the study sites:
December 8, 2010 in Dallas, TX; December 9 in Austin, TX; December 14 in Milwaukee, WI; December 15 in Chicago, IL; December 16 in Minneapolis, MN.
This project is a joint effort of the Center for Health and Social Policy at Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, University of Texas at Austin, the Rossier School of Education at the University of Southern California, and the Wisconsin Center for Education Research and Value-Added Research Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.