Evaluation of Center for Culturally Responsive Pedagogy

Grants and Contracts Details


This project will constitute a comprehensive evaluation of the Center for Culturally Responsive Pedagogy, funded as part of the U.S. Department of Education’s ELL professional development program. The evaluation will continuously inform the program in terms of both its implementation and impact. Feedback from ongoing data collection and analysis will enable appropriate adjustment and modification of professional development activities. Planned professional development activities that will be evaluated include the following: (1) building capacity in schools that serve ELLs through intense, year-long, on-site training for regular classroom teachers and an annual workshop for principals; (2) building capacity in the institution of higher education through annual workshops for faculty, required curriculum reform, and partnerships with the LEAs being served; (3) building sustainability through the creation of “clinical faculty” in local schools who will serve as mentors for Preservice teachers; and (4) enhancing ELL students’ and teachers’ knowledge in the STEM disciplines through summer robotics camps that will take place in local communities.
Effective start/end date5/1/134/30/14


  • Georgetown College: $81,523.00


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