Research and Evaluation in the Urban Advantage Program. Research Brief #17
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 Staying in Science: Staying in Science: Investigating STEM Persistence and Career Pathways in NYC Youth. Longitudinal Research Overview. Research Brief #13
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https://doi.org/10.5531/edu.rb.5 
SRMPmachine: Preparing High School Students for Careers in Machine Learning through Mentored Scientific Research. Research Overview. Research Brief #14
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https://doi.org/10.5531/edu.rb.4 
 BEES: What is the impact of a weeklong science teaching residency at the American Museum of Natural History on elementary teachers and students? [interim report]. Research Brief #16
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https://doi.org/10.5531/edu.rb.9 
 Frequently Asked Questions: AMNH RGGS MAT Earth Science Residency Program Supported by Research and Evaluation. Research Brief #15
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 Frequently Asked Questions: AMNH RGGS MAT Earth Science Residency Program Supported by Research and Evaluation. Research Brief #5
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AMNH RGGS MAT Earth Science Residency Program Summary of Research Findings. Research Brief #14.
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AMNH RGGS MAT Earth Science Residency Program: Summary of Research Findings. Research Brief #10
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AMNH RGGS MAT Earth Science Residency Program: Summary of Research Findings. Research Brief #4
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Frequently Asked Questions about Research on the Urban Advantage Program. Research Brief #6
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https://doi.org/10.5531/edu.rb.3 
Evaluation, Research, & Policy
The Museum's evaluation and research focuses on three areas:

1. How children and youth develop scientific identity and science practice
2. How teachers learn to teach science in ambitious ways
3. How visitors extend, deepen or even challenge their understanding of science, science practices and scientific ideas

By regularly evaluating our galleries, exhibitions and programs, we can gather data systematically to help us better understand the impact of experiences in the museum on all our audiences and participants.

By engaging in systematic research, we can deepen our understanding of how children, teachers and visitors learn science, and continue to improve our educational practices as well as contribute to the field. And in turn, the results of our evaluations and research help us lead and contribute to policy discussions and decisions about science learning and teaching around the country. 
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