The Institute of Education Sciences (IES) has recently released a new Request for Applications to support research aimed at improving middle and high school math outcomes with Digital Learning Platforms: https://ies.ed.gov/funding/pdf/2023_84305N.pdf. Winning proposals can receive up to $400,000 to conduct research in partnership with Carnegie Learning using UpGrade to facilitate large-scale studies in MATHia, its intelligent mathematics software that is used by over 600,000 middle and high school students..
This is a fantastic opportunity to test ideas for what works in real classroom environments, at scale!
Grant awards are determined by independent reviewers, not Carnegie Learning. The application requires interested researchers to submit a letter describing the proposed study and for Carnegie Learning to evaluate the feasibility of running it within MATHia and UpGrade.
Visit this website for additional background on Carnegie Learning and MATHia, and some examples of the types of experiments that could be supported.
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