For over 40 years, we have successfully provided evaluation services and expertise to all 50 states, the territories, and the islands. From small studies to multi-year projects, we support national, state, and local clients who serve schools, families, and communities. Contact us at (800) 762-5001 to discuss your evaluation needs.
This project, funded by the U.S. Department of Education, provides professional development for K-12 music and art teachers in high-poverty schools. As the project’s evaluator, we work closely with district staff to develop specific indicators that are carefully aligned to the program’s goals. Read More
Homeless Education and Literacy Project (HELP) supports the identification, enrollment, attendance, and academic success of homeless students. We evaluate this program each year to provide staff with detailed information about the program and to assist them in using the information to make instructional decisions. Read More
This set of reports examines the perceptions of the state departments of education staff, district staff, and teachers in selected states on the impact of their K-3 reading legislation. States include Colorado, Nevada, North Carolina and South Carolina. Read More
The Nevada Native Youth Community Project works to ensure that Ft. McDermitt Paiute and Shoshone and Yerington Paiute Tribal youth are prepared for college and careers through the enhancement of community collaborative efforts. RMC Research Corporation evaluates the federal program for the Nevada Department of Education, sharing the impacts of the project activities on participating students, students’ families, and community members.
Embracing Our Differences is a not-for-profit organization that works to expand understanding and open the heart to celebrate the diversity of the human family through the power of art and education. RMC Research provides evaluation services to share information about the impact of Embracing Our Differences activities on teachers, as well as teachers’ perceived impact of these programs on their students.