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File #: 18-2409    Version: 1 Name: Memorandum of Understanding - WestEd - Science Department - Academics and Instructional Innovation Department
Type: Agreement or Contract Status: Passed
File created: 11/6/2018 In control: Chief Academic Officer
On agenda: 6/26/2019 Final action: 6/26/2019
Enactment date: 6/26/2019 Enactment #: 19-1050
Title: Approval by the Board of Education of a Memorandum of Understanding, and concurrently, a Data Sharing Agreement, between District and WestEd, San Francisco, CA, for the latter to provide WestEd researchers the opportunity to gather data for the middle grades science teacher study entitled: Understanding Teacher Enactment of New Science Standards and Needs for Implementation Support project (ECR NGSS Study), in partnership with the OUSD Science Department; participating teachers will complete 3 online surveys, 5 classroom observations, 2 learning logs, 2 phone interviews, and administer a student survey; all information and data collected in the study is confidential, each participating teacher will receive a stipend of $800.00, funded through a National Science Foundation grant, for the Academics and Instruction Innovation Department, for the period of July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2020.
Attachments: 1. 18-2409 Memorandum of Understanding - WestEd - Science Department - Academics and Instructional Innovation Department
Contact: Herberta.Zulueta@ousd.org

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Approval by the Board of Education of a Memorandum of Understanding, and concurrently, a Data Sharing Agreement, between District and WestEd, San Francisco, CA, for the latter to provide WestEd researchers the opportunity to gather data for the middle grades science teacher study entitled: Understanding Teacher Enactment of New Science Standards and Needs for Implementation Support project (ECR NGSS Study), in partnership with the OUSD Science Department; participating teachers will complete 3 online surveys, 5 classroom observations, 2 learning logs, 2 phone interviews, and administer a student survey; all information and data collected in the study is confidential, each participating teacher will receive a stipend of $800.00, funded through a National Science Foundation grant, for the Academics and Instruction Innovation Department, for the period of July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2020.