University of Oregon

Funding Sources

Since 1985, Behavioral Research and Teaching has been the recipient of over 50 million dollars in federal and state level research, training, and development funds. An overview of current projects is provided below.

(Project Data for RTI) Developing Adept Teams for Advancing RTI (Data RTI) U.S. Department of Education, Institute for Education Sciences, R324A160032. Budget $1,499,75 from 8/1/16 – 7/31/20.  Project DATA for RTI Grant

(Project ICEBERG) Intensifying Cognition, Early literacy and Behavior for Exceptional Reading Growth to Improve Preschool and Kindergarten Data-Based Decision Making and Prevent Reading Disabilities  U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs, H327S150007. Budget $2,498,710 from 8/1/15 – 7/31/20. Project ICEBERG

(CORE) Computerized Oral Reading Evaluation. Measuring Oral Reading Fluency. U. S. Department of Education, Institute for Education Sciences. R305A140203. Budget $1,599,289 from 8/1/14 – 7/31/18. CORE

(NCAASE) National Research and Development Center on Assessment and Accountability. U. S. Department of Education, Institute for Education Sciences. R324C110004. Budget $11,677,134 from July 2011 – June 2018. NCAASE

Extended Assessments in Oregon Department of Education. Budget $238,829 from 2016 – 2017. Oregon Extended Assessments