The Learning Policy Institute’s recent report provides an overarching framework that focuses on how policymakers as well as educators can support equitable, effective teaching and learning.
Learn how the REL Pacific jurisdictions are creating effective distance education models and additional resources to support education stakeholders as they strengthen students' access to learning opportunities.
REL Study: How Well Screening and Monitoring Assessments Predict Reading Proficiency at the End of Grade 3
This study examines how students’ performance on North Carolina’s assessments taken from kindergarten to the beginning of grade 3 predicts reading proficiency at the end of grade 3.
Collaboratively developed by REL Appalachia, REL Central, and REL Northwest, these research-based math resources, geared toward children ages 2 to 8, include information on how families can combat math anxiety.
This toolkit helps schools and families join efforts to support children’s literacy growth in remote or blended learning environments.
Follow the prompts in this infographic to learn more about how your school district can ensure educational equity in its reopening plan.
Region 9 Comprehensive Center is working with the Iowa Department of Education to explore the impact of teacher leadership on student learning and catalog best practices for teacher leaders’ work.
In their response to and preparation for the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in the United States, State education leaders provide a variety of resources for schools and districts.
Through Congress’ Education Stabilization Fund, the U.S. Department of Ed will make the CARES Act grants available to States with the highest coronavirus burden through two separate grant competitions.