Research & Resources

Check out the latest research &
analysis from SRF!

The Student Research Foundation is proud to bring together incredible organizations in an effort to provide insightful analysis and research to help keep teachers, parents and students informed of today’s trends.

Explore our research covering today’s high school students and their preferences and future career plans. We take deep dives into some of the hottest fields today including STEM, Health & Sciences, Technical Careers and the various skills needed to be successful in the 21st Century.

If you are interested in a specific dataset or a customized research project contact us to explore the opportunity.

Research Partners on Career Pathways & 21st Century Skills STEM Career & Technical Education Health/Science Career Pathways

Career Pathways & 21st Century Skills

Science, Tech, Engineering & Math

Career & Technical Training

Health & Science Pathways

Our other research segments

Cyber Security Careers

Engineers of Tomorrow

Future Teachers

Adult Learners

Our research partners and Student Research Foundation team to bring the newest trends and analysis for youth career & educational pathways.

THE LATEST RESEARCH ANALYSIS

At the Student Research Foundation , we’re dedicated to providing in-depth analysis of our student, parent and teacher research.

We hope these reports bring insight and spur important dialogue about the educational and career pathways of students across the country.

Dive into our Annual Report detailing our 2017 findings

Find out what we‘re researching and where we’re going

STATE OF THE UNION HIGHLIGHTS

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Download a year of research exploring educational and career trends of students across the country.

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Are students prepared for the future of work? Our research says no, find out why.

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What is the gender gap in STEM career aspirations? Find out here.

REPORT HIGHLIGHTS

  • 1 in 5 high school seniors have not started considering their careers
  • Students feel like they are least likely to have an opportunity to learn creatively or to think critically
  • Males are twice as likely to aspire to STEM careers

DIG INTO THE RESEARCH

Our research spans a wide range of topics. It’s important to take time to review on topic in depth.

Our digest topics give us a chance to do just that.

Take break and find out how our research can help you understand the trends of today’s education and career culture.

MORE ANALYSIS

Memos are further dives into our research. Check them out for details and references.

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