• Visit our COVID-19 website for information about UWM’s response to the pandemic.


Chicago Public Schools’ Sustainable Community School Initiative Evaluation

SREed is working with CPS’ community schools to understand how we plan, implement and analyze our efforts toward the community school guiding principles.

SREed está trabajando junco con las escuelas comunitarias de CPS para comprender cómo planificamos, implementamos y analizamos nuestros esfuerzos hacia los principios que guían a las escuelas comunitarias

Follow this link to get involved/Haga clic aquí para participar!


February 24, 2021

Improving Wisconsin school professional culture reduces racialized achievement gaps

In this longitudinal study (from 2016 to 2019) of 211 Wisconsin schools, we examined the impact that schools with a strong professional culture have on the achievement gaps between Black, White, and Latinx students. If more schools serving Black and Latinx students were organized to improve, with a strong professional culture, our school system would be more equitable, more anti-racist, and achievement gaps would be reduced.

Full report available here.

October 12, 2020

New SREed report examines predictors of college success for former MPS students

As part of our evaluation of the MPS Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP) grant, we analyze the connection between measures of high school performance, such as AP course participation, participation in GEAR UP programming, ACT scores, and GPA with first-year college GPA.

May 21, 2020

Lessons learned from a school in Hong Kong that switched to distance-learning during the COVID-19 pandemic

The lessons learned from a Hong Kong school’s efforts to switch to distance-learning while also dealing with the impact of COVID-19 may be of use to other schools struggling through their own transition to distance learning.Their experience stresses the importance of strong school leadership and two-way communication for building an effective system, helping teachers, parents, and students successfully transition to that system, and for helping people manage the stress and isolation of COVID-19.

April 13, 2020

UWM publishes news article that features our study on teacher retention and race in Wisconsin schools.



January 15, 2020

SREed study looks to the intersection of Race, Relational Trust, and Teacher Retention

In this report we explore relational trust as a possible explanation for: 1) why most Wisconsin schools do not have have any teachers of color and 2) the schools with the most students of color have the most difficulty retaining teachers.

November 18, 2019

SREed releases evaluation report of the Wisconsin Urban Leadership Institute

Results from the evaluation of the first year of the Wisconsin Urban Leadership Institute (WULI) demonstrate that participating principals in the five largest Wisconsin school districts learned critical strategies for promoting equity in their schools.

October 23, 2019

SREed releases new research report that links the teacher evaluation process to student achievement

In this study, we find schools that improve their implementation of the teacher evaluation process realized improved student achievement results.

October 23, 2019