Educational policies and programs affect about 50 million U.S. students, their families, and all professionals connected to the education field. By disseminating information to the public, practitioners, and policymakers, we can help you continue the cycle of education. Whether it's a congressionally mandated report or a white paper, our writers, editors, and designers are equipped with the subject matter expertise, technical skills, and experience to help you create visually appealing multimedia products. SEI helps ensure program messages are clear, correct, and on target.
- Video presentations: Video developers and project directors worked to produce a video presentation that summarized key indicators from the three main areas of The Condition of Education 2012 report, including participation in education; elementary and secondary education and outcomes; and postsecondary education and outcomes. The video was presented and narrated by Jack Buckley, Commissioner of the National Center for Education Statistics, at a U.S. House and Senate briefing.
- Industry reports: Our writers and designers produced a Strategy Boosters Report/Case Study Workbook that highlights lessons learned from the U.S. Department of Defense Education Activity Educational Partnership Grants. The report uses case studies to discuss models of professional development delivery; methods to integrate technology into classrooms; how formative assessments can link data to specific student needs; and how to help military-connected students cope with multiple school changes. Each case study features lessons learned, details on the project's impact, and questions to consider. Download the Strategy Boosters Report/Case Study Workbook on the DoDEA Web site.
- Accessible formats: Technical assistance specialists within the Magnet Schools Assistance Program (MSAP) researched and wrote a targeted newsletter designed by our senior graphic designers. Our Web and communications specialists ensure that these newsletters and other content on the MSAP Web site—whether developed by SEI, provided by the U.S. Department of Education, or obtained from vetted third-party sources—are fully accessible and Section 508 compliant. We also support the development of materials for ED's communities of practice as part of several initiatives, including Investing in Innovation (i3), the Office of Special Education Programs' (OSEP) technical assistance centers, and the Promise Neighborhoods.