To conduct rigorous, sophisticated, and interdisciplinary research that is responsive to needs identified by rural schools and communities; promote implementation of evidence-based practices in rural school settings; and facilitate engagement among researchers, practitioners, families, and youth to maximize educational outcomes and general well-being.
News & Events
Resources for Educators and Parents – to access during the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Funding for School Mental Health March 3, 2022 -
- New Article on Rural Teacher Retention March 3, 2022 -
- Zablotsky B, Black LI. (2020) Prevalence of children aged 3–17 years with developmental disabilities, by Urbanicity: United States, 2015–2018 (PDF). National Health Statistics Reports; no 139. Hyattsville, MD: National Center for Health Statistics.