Virtual School Meanderings

January 14, 2022

Request for Information: Tell IES About Your Science and Math Interventions

Filed under: virtual school — Michael K. Barbour @ 6:39 pm
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I wonder if there are any K-12 distance, online, and/or blended learning folks that can contribute their own science and math interventions.

 Institute of Education Sciences

Request for Information: Tell IES About Your Science and Math Interventions

LACTo identify and encourage the use of evidence-based practices in education, IES is planning two new prize competitions: one to incentivize innovation in middle school science instruction and another to leverage technology to improve mathematics achievement for elementary students with disabilities using digital instruction, specifically around fractions. With these prizes, we hope to spur new thinking about how to improve student performance and encourage the participation of developers and program providers who are willing to systematically test the effectiveness of their interventions.

IES is seeking information from developers on relevant science and math interventions, including any research describing their efficacy. To share your intervention, respond to our Request for Information by February 14, 2022. For additional information about IES’s STEM Learning Challenges please visit

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