Our goal is to infuse the latest learning science research into the development and improvement of products and programs to advance public education and improve learning.
Our blog offers a diverse look across all of our work. We hope you find it inspiring and useful.
Public school districts throughout the country are working to address big challenges in education. Explore the Challenge Map to discover how these issues play out in different contexts, and get connected to ideas and resources from innovative school districts and organizations.
Learning Sciences focuses on the why, what, and how of learning in school and out-of-school. By partnering with educators to study and design new learning approaches, resources and policies, we make learning better.
At Digital Promise Global, the Learner Variability Project (LVP) initiative seeks to build on emerging research on learner variability and uncover strategies to meet learners where they are across varied contexts and needs.
We work at the intersection of educators, entrepreneurs, and researchers to identify and scale best practices for creating, using, and communicating evidence that support effective, engaging, tech-enabled learning environments.
Digital Promise is organizing a wide range of stakeholders—including STEM education designers, researchers, teachers and administrators, and program officers—to collaboratively develop and launch an OpenSciEd Research Agenda that attends to issues of equity in science education.
The Research@Work project helps researchers, education leaders, and technology developers to better understand how people learn, and how they can create educational environments that will improve learning outcomes.
The Research Map connects education practitioners to relevant and accessible learning sciences research findings that can help them shape powerful learning solutions for all students.
The United2Read project will bring Learning Ovation’s A2i technology professional support system to over 100,000 students nationwide with the goal of improving literacy skills and closing the achievement gap.