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Vision

The Center for Research on Learning (CRL) is an internationally recognized organization noted for dramatically improving the way students learn, the way teachers teach, and the way programs operate at the state, local, and school level. We are champions for all students, with a focus on those with learning differences.


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. 


Goals

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To always do great research

To impact as many learners as we can

To support students, teachers and administrators in learning to improve

To sustain and increase our external funding support

To grow as a research center

To practice partnership principles

Values

Think High Impact

Collaborate

Model Partnership Principles

Identify and Solve Problems of Practice


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We are 12 days away from the deadline for Call for Proposals! Don't forget to submit your proposals at https://t.co/7u0lX8q0WU by March 1st!

The Lawrence school district is to use our Blended Instructional model for their professional development this summer. We are so excited to be partnering with them and collecting more data on the benefits of personalization.



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