HighScope for Research Users
Center for Early Education Evaluation at HighScope
The Center for Early Education Evaluation at HighScope was established in July 2012 as a part of the 50th anniversary celebration of the Perry Preschool Study. The Center was formerly known as HighScope's Research Division.
Our organization was founded on research. Beginning in the early 1970s and continuing to the present day, HighScope has used rigorous, long-term research to document the powerful, positive effects of childhood learning on later life and to identify best practices in a broad array of educational settings. Over the years, researchers at HighScope have also continued to develop tools for strengthening education and assessing program quality.
Wide-ranging and far-reaching findings
Through public and privately funded projects, working with organizations at the local, state, national, and international level, HighScope researchers engage in program evaluation, research studies, and instrument development projects. Their findings are used to
Shape educational programs in early childhood, youth, and adult learning
Validate HighScope products
Help teachers become more effective in the classroom
Assistance to organizations worldwide
HighScope researchers work with government agencies, private organizations, and grant-making entities on a regular basis. Projects typically include program evaluation, short- and long-term research, and instrument development activities, with funding provided through contracts and/or grants.
In addition to work published in peer-reviewed academic and professional journals, published reports of HighScope research projects can be found in our online store at www.highscope.org/Research.
To learn how your organization can work with — and benefit from — HighScope’s outstanding research staff, use the navigation bar at the left or contact the Center for Early Education Evaluation at HighScope directly at [email protected] or at 734.485.2000, ext. 264.