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Access the summaries of key research that drove development of the CLASS® tool, evaluations of large-scale implementations, guidance on creating a data collection system, and support for reporting CLASS data.
Did you know that high-quality interactions play an essential role in supporting children’s SEL learning? Our new brief breaks down the research behind the connections between teacher-child interactions and important social emotional skills.
The foundations for language and literacy success are built in the early years. Our newest research summary details the links between the Pre-K CLASS® tool and children’s language and literacy outcomes. Read the key takeaways from this research summary.
Children in K-12 classes need quality interactions for their best outcomes. Learn how CLASS can help.
Children ages birth through 5 need quality interactions for their best outcomes. Learn how CLASS can help.
Children ages 3 through 5 need quality interactions for their best outcomes. Learn how CLASS can help.
Read about how CLASS supports learning and development for children from a broad range of backgrounds.
Teachstone's thoughts on the Office of Head Start's proposal to increase absolute thresholds for the three CLASS domains.
A research study from Southern Methodist University (SMU) that discusses the positive effects of high quality classrooms in Pre-K, Kindergarten, and 1st grade.
An exploration of CLASS in Infant, Toddler, Pre-K, Elementary, and Secondary education.
A Summary of Research on the Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS) Pre-K—Third Grade
How to use the CLASS tool in classrooms where most children have IEPs or IFSPs.