The Autism Training and Research Center
The Autism Training and Research Center provides training and consulting on evidence-based practices to educators and parents of individuals with autism spectrum disorders, and conducts research in areas that are important to educators and families of individuals with autism spectrum disorders.
The Center for Student Success
The Center for Student Success provides technical and consulting services to local and regional schools, school districts, education service districts, and nonprofit organizations working to increase student success and to bridge the achievement gap. The Center’s experienced staff and consultants provide a range of services including program and grant evaluations, charter school evaluations, and professional development design and implementation.
Early Childhood Training Center (ECTC)
ECTC provides credit and noncredit courses, conferences, workshops, on-site consultation, and technical assistance to individuals and programs serving children age 0-5 and their families.
The Northwest Early Childhood Center for Education, Research, and Policy
The Northwest Early Childhood Center for Education, Research, and Policy (NWECC) is a collaboration of early childhood programs and centers which focus on education, research, and policy to improve the lives of all young children (birth to age 8) and their families within the PSU, local, regional and national communities. The NWECC is committed to communities in which all young children and their families thrive.
The Research Center on Inclusive and Effective Educational Practices (RCIEP)
The Research Center on Inclusive and Effective Educational Practices (RCIEP) serves as a catalyst and provides support to special education faculty in the development and implementation of externally funded research that significantly impacts the quality and effectiveness of intervention and instruction provided to children and youth with a variety of educational challenges, to their families and to the schools and agencies that serve them.