Academies & Bureaus

Academies & Bureaus

Nebraska Academy for Research on Rural Education

R2Ed

216 MABL 402-472-2448 r2ed@unl.edu

The Nebraska Academy for Research on Rural Education conducts and disseminates cutting-edge research related to rural education, and is committed to understanding and addressing the unique challenges and needs of teachers, students and families in rural communities. R2Ed focuses on improving rural students' reading and science knowledge and skills by identifying effective practices that lead to the systematic provision of evidence-based instruction in rural settings.

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National Center for Research on Rural Education

Nebraska Academy for Methodology, Analytics & Psychometrics

MAP Academy

303 MABL 402-472-2448 mapacademy@unl.edu

The Nebraska Academy for Methodology, Analytics and Psychometrics (MAP Academy) promotes the advancement of sophisticated methodologies and analytics suitable for supporting and enhancing rigorous, substantive research within the educational, social and behavioral sciences at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The MAP Academy regularly sponsors interdisciplinary workshops and seminars that feature experts in quantitative analysis.

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The Nebraska Academy for Methodology, Analytics and Psychometrics (MAP Academy)

Nebraska Academy for Early Childhood Research

NAECR

243 TEAC 402-472-2448 lknoche2@unl.edu

The Nebraska Academy for Early Childhood Research stimulates and support UNL faculty efforts to pursue game-changing research to help policy makers, early childhood professionals, researchers, educators and others improve the trajectory of all young children—especially those who face challenges in achieving academic and life success.

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Nebraska Academy for Early Childhood Research

Nebraska Multi-tiered System of Supports

NeMTSS

162 WHIT 402-472-2490 awitte2@unl.edu

MTSS is an educational framework for continuous improvement, problem-solving and decision-making. It promotes an integrated system, connecting general and special education, along with all teaching and learning components, into a high-quality, standards-based instruction and intervention framework that can be adapted to meet students’ academic, social-emotional and behavior needs — from preschool to graduation.

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Nebraska Multi-tiered System of Supports