Partnership with Research Schools International

In the spring of 2013, The Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning at St. Andrew’s Episcopal was the eighth school in the world invited by individual researchers at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education (GSE) to become part of the Research Schools International program. Research schools are thought leaders in education that bridge the gap between research and practice. This is a global network of schools in the United States, Europe, Australia, and South America that conduct cutting-edge research, lead professional development, and disseminate research findings to the broader educational community in partnership with individual faculty from Harvard’s GSE. St. Andrew’s is proud to be part of this collection of schools who are conducting and disseminating original research to help inform the global educational community.

Current Research Project

We are excited to share with you information about the new research study St. Andrew's is conducting with Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) researchers who lead Research Schools International this year.

Year One of the project, the collected data will help answer the question, "How does Mind, Brain, and Education (MBE) Science currently inform teacher, parent, and student practices at St. Andrew's?"

In Year Two of this project, HGSE researchers and CTTL faculty will be providing workshops for parents, teachers, and students as we seek to answer the question, "How can increased training in MBE Science for faculty, students, and parents improve teaching, professional satisfaction, and student achievement at St. Andrew's?"

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