Evaluation & Research Reports
This evaluation was conducted by Wexford Institute and Loyola Marymount University’s Center for Equity for English Learners (CEEL). Researchers studied the feasibility of SEAL replication by examining SEAL implementation and outcomes in 67 schools from 12 California school districts. The full report can be accessed here:
Center for Equity for English Learners, Loyola Marymount University and Wexford Institute. (2020). Sobrato Early Academic Language (SEAL) Model: Final report of findings from a four-year study. https://doi.org/10.15365/ceel.seal2020
The Project 2INSPIRE Family, School and Community Leadership Development Program was an i3 project funded through the US Department of Education and led by the California Association for Bilingual Education (CABE). The 5-year school-wide initiative was designed to build capacity for schools to support and sustain family engagement with the goal of improving student achievement.
CollegeYES was one of the initial i3 projects funded through the US Department of Education, with the Alliance College Ready Public Schools in Los Angeles. The project focused on STEM and English Learner Professional Development, project-based learning, student technology leaders, and parent involvement.
This is a study of TX VSN conducted in 2012 collaboratively with ICF International. The study included stakeholder satisfaction data, student data, and analysis of online learning for dropout recovery.
This is a study of the CAK12HSN conducted in 2009. The study includes an analysis of connectivity and bandwidth, network support, uses of the network, dissemination of network information and resources, legislative activities and advisory board performance measures, and progress on goals.