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The University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning

is dedicated to conducting quality research on educational problems identified by national, state, and local leaders. The overarching goal behind our research is to develop creative solutions that positively impact all learners.  Toward that end, we strive to provide educators, employers, and policy makers with the knowledge, skills, and support necessary to bring about significant change in learner outcomes. We seek to improve educational outcomes for all students, especially adolescents with learning differences.


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