This brief highlights the important role that principals play in operating school buildings every day, and how districts can support them do that job.
This guide, developed to support education agencies, describes the important process of monitoring, reflecting, and making mid-course corrections during significant disruptions like COVID-19.
This tool examines the impact of school disruptions on student learning, increased learning loss for our most vulnerable students, and the realities of impending budget shortfalls in districts and states.
This toolkit, organized around change, communication, collaboration, and care, delves into school and classroom level practices, structures, and systems that support both staff and students (and their families).
The Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) and the Mid-Atlantic Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) collaborated to produce guidance for the re-opening of school buildings in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
As America grapples with an ongoing pandemic, an economic recession, and renewed national recognition of systemic racism, our nation’s students, families, and educators are at the center.
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.