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The purpose of this compendium is to catalog NCER’s and NCSER’s contributions to social-behavioral research. Research undertaken as part of these projects is contributing to a knowledge base that ultimately aims to improve academic outcomes for students via improvements in students’ social-behavioral competencies, teachers’ practices, and the climate of schools. This compendium is part of a series of compendia that will highlight different areas of NCER- and NCSER-funded research. Other compendia explore math and science research and education technology research. In this compendium, readers will find descriptions of the social-behavioral research projects from across NCER’s and NCSER’s portfolios. These projects have different primary purposes, including exploration, development of interventions (practices and policies), evaluation of interventions, and development and validation of measurement tools. However, the projects are all unified in that they aim to understand and improve the social-behavioral outcomes of students in order to support academic growth and achievement. Appended are: (1) Compendium Process; (2) Social-Behavioral Projects That Developed or Tested Instructional Interventions; (3) Social-Behavioral Projects That Developed or Tested Professional Development; (4) Social-Behavioral Projects That Developed or Tested Educational Technology; and (5) Social-Behavioral Projects That Developed or Validated Assessments.