The Spencer Foundation and the William T. Grant Foundation, in collaboration, announce a grants competition to support research on the development and improvement of the measurement of indicators of K-12 classroom quality. Quality is defined as those features and processes of classrooms that are likely to cause improvements in important youth outcomes such as academic achievement and engagement or reducing disruptive and antisocial behavior. This collaboration was borne of the need to measure classroom features and processes in ways that support demonstrably valid inferences about classroom quality.
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