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The University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning 

is dedicated to conducting quality research on educational problems identified by national, state, and local leaders. The overarching goal behind our research is to develop creative solutions that positively impact all learners.  Toward that end, we strive to provide educators, employers, and policy makers with the knowledge, skills, and support necessary to bring about significant change in learner outcomes. We seek to improve educational outcomes for all students, especially adolescents with learning differences.



Our Mission

Creating Solutions to Educational Challenges 

The University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning exists because we believe in challenging the educational status quo in all our work. We believe in thinking differently about solutions to educational challenges.

The way we challenge the status quo is by conducting rigorous research and designing creative products and providing support services that address challenges of educational practice. Our products and services are feasible, user friendly, and highly effective.

We evaluate educational models, systems, and programs, provide exceptional professional development and instructional coaching, develop effective literacy interventions and programs for adolescents and adults with learning differences, and use technology to enhance learning. 

The Center for Research on Learning's proven and affordable products are the result of more than 35 years of research into what works for teachers and students. Our manuals, guidebooks, and videos empower teachers to think deeply about how and what they teach. Visit our online store today!

 

 


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