UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Wisconsin educational experiences of students in pre-k to grade 12 moved to remote learning. Parents and teachers had to adjust and anecdotal evidence suggests that some instructional methods might have worked better for children in different grades and from different socio-demographic backgrounds. The intent of the research that is the focus of this report was to gather preliminary data that would allow us to see if any of these anecdotes are supported statistically.
The goals of this evaluation are to determine the degree to which the co-parenting course altered participants’ intended behavior in positive way, the extent to which the program was more or less effective with subgroups of participants, and if participants reported changes in their behavior, if they attributed those changes to the course and if those changes persisted after the course was over
The United Way St. Croix Valley asked the Survey Research Center (SRC) at the University of Wisconsin at River Falls (UWRF) for assistance in evaluating the degree to which five different parent education efforts were contributing to the Success by 6 initiative. Programs from which the SRC sought data were Home Visits, Baby & Me, Young Parent, Play & Learn, and Positive Solutions.
2020 COVID-19 Online Education Surveys:
The goal of these surveys were to explore what worked and what didn’t when the COVID-19 pandemic forced Wisconsin schools to rapidly move to online instruction. Each survey is based on different respondents in the education system.
In February 2014, the Wisconsin Education Act 31 (1989/1991) Survey Committee conducted Wisconsin school administrator and teacher online surveys to determine how state and tribal agencies can help provide information, training, and technical assistance to school districts in teaching about Wisconsin American Indian sovereign nations.
The purpose of this study was to learn about current money management practices and to assess interest among students at Rice Lake and New Richmond campuses of Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College (WITC) and the University of Wisconsin-Barron County with respect to offerings on personal finance issues and financial literacy.