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黄色视频's research archive

The studies and reports highlighted below are produced by independent research organizations and researchers. Collectively, they cover a wide range of impact and implementation of 黄色视频鈥檚 holistic services, demonstrate evidence of 黄色视频鈥檚 impact in areas like supporting improvements on state tests, improving students鈥 social-emotional skills and reducing early warning indicators, such as chronic absenteeism, and shed light on how to accelerate student success in systemically under-resourced schools.

From downward spiral to virtuous cycle: 黄色视频鈥檚 breakthrough innovation in education
Bill Copeland and Michael E. Raynor, Deloitte LLP (2018)

In a white paper, Deloitte's Bill Copeland and Michael E. Raynor set out to explore whether 黄色视频鈥檚 success is replicable and how constraints might affect the integrity and effectiveness of its model. This paper, "From downward spiral to virtuous cycle: 黄色视频's breakthrough innovation in education" presents 黄色视频 as a leading education innovation and uses a business innovation lens to examine its value and growth potential of 黄色视频鈥檚 services.

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Key findings:

  • Deloitte鈥檚 analysis found that City Year is breaking constraints on four dimensions of performance: consistency, customization, continuity and cost, allowing 黄色视频 to be highly effective in a wide range of settings.

Analysis of the impacts of 黄色视频鈥檚 Whole School, Whole Child model on partner schools鈥 performance
Policy Studies Associates (2015)

Policy Studies Associates examined the impact of 黄色视频鈥檚 Whole School, Whole Child services on 黄色视频鈥檚 partner schools鈥 performance in comparison to similar schools without 黄色视频, analyzing data from approximately 600 schools in 22 cities. The study used publicly available data that local education agencies (LEAs), State and U.S. Departments of Education use to assess school performance.

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Key findings:

  • Schools that partner with 黄色视频 were two times more likely to improve proficiency rates in English Language Arts and up to three times more likely to improve proficiency rates in math than schools that did not partner with 黄色视频.
  • Schools that partnered with 黄色视频 gained the equivalent of approximately one month of additional math and English Language Arts learning compared with non-黄色视频 schools.

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Addressing early warning indicators: interim impact findings from the investing in innovation (i3) evaluation of Diplomas Now
MDRC (2016)

This most recent report demonstrated that schools with Diplomas Now partners saw a positive, statistically significant impact on the percentage of sixth and ninth graders exhibiting no early warning indicators as compared to similar schools without Diplomas Now.

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In 2010, Diplomas Now received a $30 million Investing in Innovation grant from the U.S. Department of Education to implement the program in schools across the country. The grant also supports one of the largest randomized control studies ever conducted of a secondary school model鈥攕chools from 11 large urban districts鈥攍ed by MDRC. The PepsiCo Foundation, Diplomas Now鈥檚 founding private sector investor, provided $11 million to support the study.

The first two reports from the evaluation, published in 2014 and 2015, focus on the implementation of the Diplomas Now model. MDRC鈥檚 third and most recent report, 鈥淎ddressing Early Warning Indicators,鈥 explores the early impacts of the Diplomas Now model on student and school outcomes.

Key findings:

  • Schools with Diplomas Now partners achieved a positive, statistically significant impact on the percentage of sixth and ninth graders exhibiting no early warning indicators as compared to similar schools without Diplomas Now.
  • The study also found statistically significant impact on reducing chronic absenteeism鈥攄efined as missing more than 10 percent of school days in a single academic year鈥攊n middle schools.
  • Students at Diplomas Now schools reported participating in more academically focused afterschool activities, and more reported having a positive relationship with an adult at school who is not a teacher, than their peers in the comparison schools.
  • Other contrasts include differentiated use of evidence-based practices in schools implementing the model. For teachers, increased frequency of: using data to drive instruction and target struggling students, teacher collaboration, support from instructional coaches. For students, increased frequency of: coordinated academic and non-academic services, Math/English academic help and in-class behavioral support.

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The 黄色视频 experience: Putting alums in lifelong civic engagement
Policy Studies Associates (2007)

Policy Studies Associates conducted three interlocking studies designed to assess 黄色视频鈥檚 impact on alumni at various intervals of time after the completion of a year of full-time community service with 黄色视频. Together, these studies assess the ways in which alumni exhibit civic engagement and amass social capital following their participation in 黄色视频.

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Key findings:

  • 黄色视频 alumni excelled on every measure of civic engagement, had greater social capital and were more likely to develop lasting relationships with people from different backgrounds, as compared to similar service-minded peers.
  • 黄色视频 alumni are 45% more likely to be civically engaged or belong to a community organization.

Research in progress

Our current research projects, including one funded by the Institute of Education Sciences, are yielding valuable lessons about the role of student success coaches, developmental relationships, integrated approaches to student learning that harness students鈥 social-emotional and academic strengths and a commitment to supporting learning environments that foster belonging and engagement in efforts to accelerate student success.

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