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IES Releases FY 2017 Funding Announcements for Grant Competitions in Special Education Research and Training

IES' National Center for Special Education Research has released FY 2017 funding announcements for grant competitions in special education research and training; the Request for Applications for each competition is available » More info


NCSER Grantees Receive the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE)

The White House has named two NCSER-supported researchers, Christopher Lemons and Cynthia Puranik, to be recipients of the PECASE, the highest honor given by the U.S. government to outstanding scientists and engineers at the early stages of their independent careers. » More info


IES Research Centers Release Paper on the Role of Effect Size in Single-Case Research

NCER and NCSER supported a paper, "The Role of Between-Case Effect Size in Conducting, Interpreting, and Summarizing Single-Case Research," to explain how the use of between-case effect sizes in single-case design (SCD) research can enhance our knowledge of evidence-based practices. » More info

Resources for Researchers

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FY 2017 Funding Opportunities

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IES is now accepting applications for FY 2017 research grants. Learn more about the grant areas and get information and assistance on the application process.”

Featured Publication

A teacher in a classroom and students with their hands raisedCompendium of Social-Behavioral Research
From 2002 to 2013, IES funded over 245 projects focused on social-behavioral competencies or outcomes, including instructional interventions, packaged curricula, professional development programs, assessments and more.

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Comprehensive Summaries of NCSER-Funded Research

A teacher holding a globe and students with their hands raisedNCSER is summarizing their funded research projects, with four topic areas completed – Autism Spectrum Disorders, Professional Development, Math and Science, and Reading.

Research Summaries