RMC Portland will conduct an evaluation for SAY Wellness, an HIV prevention project

The Portland Oregon office of RMC Research will evaluate SAY Wellness, an HIV prevention project for middle and high school students in the Portland Public School district funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. RMC Research is conducting a 2‑year evaluation to assist the school district, Multnomah County, and the Oregon Health Authority…

RMC Research Presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting

Dr. Emma Espel (RMC Denver) and Dr. Julia Dmitrieva (University of Denver) presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting in Atlanta in November as part of the Comprehensive School Safety Initiative (CSSI) project, with conference and presentation materials created by the RMC Portland graphic design team.

Collaboration Between RMC Research and The Shadow Project

RMC Research collaborated with The Shadow Project, an Oregon-based nonprofit organization that aims to close the achievement gap between students in special education and their grade level peers. We provided consultation and analytic expertise to develop an infographic report highlighting this organization’s great work, check it out here: The Shadow Project 2-page infographic summary report…

RMC Completes the Evaluation of the Arizona Mathematics Partnership (AMP)

RMC Research just completed the external evaluation for the Arizona Mathematics Partnership (AMP), a 5-year targeted Mathematics and Science Partnership project funded by the National Science Foundation and led by Scottsdale Community College in conjunction with Chandler-Gilbert and Glendale Community Colleges. One exciting product developed by RMC Research and AMP leadership is a sustainability toolkit…

RMC Will Evaluate Scholastic LitCamp this Summer

We are excited to announce we are working with Scholastic Education to evaluate LitCamp, a summer literacy and enrichment program for students rising into kindergarten through Grade 9 developed by Scholastic in partnership with LitWorld. Scholastic Education has contracted us to evaluate LitCamp this summer in a district that is implementing LitCamp for two hours…

RMC Concludes the Evaluation for MMRE (Making Mathematical Reasoning Explicit)

RMC Research just concluded the evaluation of Making Mathematical Reasoning Explicit (MMRE), an 8 year project funded by the National Science Foundation. This project trained 64 teacher leaders, offered 332 professional development events to 540 educators for a total 31,627 contact hours. Here are some highlights of the evaluation finding: MMRE had a positive effect…

RMC Portland Will Present at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting in Atlanta

We received 2 exciting acceptances for proposals submitted to the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting as part of the Comprehensive School Safety Initiative (CSSI) project. Congratulations to Michelle, Maggie and Mary who will be presenting at the conference this November!

RMC Portland’s MAT PDOA Team Participates in the Oregon Conference on Opioids, Pain, and Addiction Treatment (OPAT 2018)

RMC Portland took part in the Oregon Conference on Opioids, Pain and Addiction Treatment, sharing our work with Oregon’s MAT PDOA grant program.

RMC Volunteers Participate in MESA Day 2018

In 2018, five RMC Research employees volunteered at the annual Oregon MESA Day event. Oregon MESA is a pre-college academic program hosted by PSU that equips underrepresented students with science, technology, engineering and math, invention, and 21st-century skills that results in them being better prepared to graduate from high school, enroll in postsecondary education, and…

RMC Presents at National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Research Conference in Washington DC

RMC presented at National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Research Conference in Washington DC! Our session, entitled “Let’s Talk about Professional Development Models that Work” was well attended and very well received. View the presentation from our session here: “Let’s Talk about Professional Development Models that Work”

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