CUNY programs implemented in New York City’s public K-12 schools are the focus of research and evaluation that examine topics associated with academic success such as early literacy and STEM education.
Our team helps support the evaluation and data-informed decision-making of many English as a Second Language (ESL) programs, Adult Literacy classes, and GED/High School Equivalency preparation programs across NYC.
EVALUATION METHODS & APPROACH
We seek to share learning from our work in research in evaluation to inform internal stakeholders as well as the field at large.
It is vitally important for researcher and educators to understand how colleges can provide opportunities and pathways into STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields and careers.
Programs such as CUNY Start have introduced new approaches to developmental education. Through rigorous research, we are beginning to understand the impacts of initiatives aim at supporting student students who need additional academic support.
DATA INFRASTRUCTURE & REPORTING
How can colleges and universities best guide students to achieve their educational and career goals? Our researchers assess advisement strategies to help improve our understanding of the interactions between a student and an advisor.