MCPER Executive Director Sharon Vaughn has co-authored an evidence brief on supporting students with disabilities, one of three works released to launch the EdResearch for Recovery Project.
The project, a national effort led by the Annenberg Institute for School Reform at Brown University and Results for America, is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. EdResearch for Recovery will provide “rapid-turnaround evidence briefs from top researchers to help answer the most pressing education-related questions from policymakers, educators, parents, and other advocates as they respond and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic,” according to a press release. “The project team identified two dozen priority questions, and asked leading researchers to write short briefs—grounded in peer-reviewed research and evidence—to help inform key decision points and recovery strategies for policymakers, educators, and other leaders.”
Vaughn co-authored her brief, Academic Supports for Students With Disabilities, with Nathan Jones of Boston University and Lynn Fuchs of Vanderbilt University. For more information, including a list of planned topics, visit the EdResearch for Recovery website.