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Leveraging Findings from OST Research and Practice to Lessen COVID-19 Learning Gaps

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BellXcel - Building Educated Leaders for Life

SCRI is an affiliate of BellXcel, a national nonprofit OST leader with over 25 years of community impact.

Turning Evidence Into Action

Ensuring programs and communities have the knowledge and tools they need to reach more young people where they are, through adults they know, with strategies that work.

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Our Work

Too often, organizations lack the means to connect research and evidence to their everyday programs and practices. Evidence may exist, but it’s not widely known or shared in a practical way. And day to day operations can be overwhelming, offering little time to learn from research, investigate and test new approaches, and document what works.

The mission of SCRI is to elevate the quality and impact of youth-serving organizations by making evidence actionable. SCRI bridges the research to practice to policy gap, walking alongside partners as they strengthen goals, implement high-quality practices, expand to reach more young people, and advocate for improved policies.

Sharing Knowledge

Building Capacity

Increasing Quality

Improving Sustainability

Why Partner with SCRI?

Evidence is our specialty

SCRI is an affiliate of BellXcel, a national OST leader with with over 25 years of community impact. We have vast experience implementing evidence-based OST programming in partnership with schools, community-based programs, and national nonprofits.

Data guides our work

SCRI’s team has years of experience collecting, analyzing, translating and harnessing the power of data to optimize youth programming. We help our partners focus their energy on strategies that will increase quality and deepen impact.

Collaboration leads to innovation

Everything we do at SCRI is in partnership with other organizations. Our team is skilled at transferring knowledge and building the capacity of partners in ways that lead to innovations in models and services.

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In their Own Words

What Scholars Say about SEL Skill Development in Summer

This recent research brief offers an illuminating qualitative and quantitative analysis of youth summer learning across 6 key SEL domains. Learn what scholars had to say about their summertime experiences with social-emotional skill development.

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