University of Colorado Boulder

For The Long-term Impact Of Access To Contraception Census Project

Overview
This grant to the University of Colorado Boulder will expand a research study to assess the effects of access to the full range of family planning methods on poverty status and economic stability of women and their families. While this question is crucial to policy arguments worldwide, it has rarely been studied with adequate data on the women for whom family planning programs are intended.
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3100 Marine Street, Rm. 481, Boulder, CO, 80304, United States
Grants to this Grantee
for fostering inclusive math learning for emergent bilinguals through interactive simulations  
University of Colorado Boulder’s PhET Interactive Simulations project creates interactive simulations to increase the effectiveness of teaching and learning in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics worldwide. With this grant, PhET will develop and pilot an interactive simulation to support K-1 mathematics learners in developing deep numbers sense. The project will focus on supporting emergent bilinguals’ participation and sensemaking in mathematics and will inform the Open Education strategy’s goal to ensure that OER is designed to be responsive for every learner. (Substrategy: Content, Tools, and Services)
for support of a research hub that focuses on youth organizing  
The National Education Policy Center, a nonprofit education research center housed at the University of Colorado Boulder, supports the Research Hub for Youth Organizing and Education Policy. In order to advance education justice, the hub conducts research and shares results and analyses with youth-organizing groups and coalitions. The goal of these efforts is to uplift and centralize the voices of marginalized youth to sustain a movement dedicated to improving education systems. (Strategy: Tie-Off)

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