How do state level actions (e.g., policies, programs, laws) facilitate success in Ohio schools?
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We conduct high-quality education research, provide access to research data, and share research findings.
We create synergy among researchers, educators, and policymakers so that Ohio’s education system—from preschool through college—is second to none.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded $499,615 to a team from The Ohio State University’s Center for Human Resource Research (CHRR) to expand access for researchers to the Ohio Longitudinal Data Archive. Using the new NSF grant the researchers will expand the community of users of the Ohio Longitudinal Data Archive as they develop a shared research platform across multiple universities and local and state agencies. “This funding will allow the research team to do to do high-quality research work using the Ohio Longitudinal Data Archive and train researchers to better use the data,” said Randall Olsen, principal investigator on the project.
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