As part of a standards revision project for the state of Nebraska, the Region 11 Comprehensive Center in partnership with the American Institutes of Research, conducted a scan of publicly available state information and existing research on revision processes. From that, we’ve created this guide sharing 10 key elements states should consider when seeking to
This report offers collective insight and guidance to local communities and states to advance comprehensive school mental health systems.
The Region 11 Comprehensive Center continues to focus on improving educational outcomes for students in Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming. During our Year 4 Advisory Board meeting, we shared the following state infographics, which outlined our recent accomplishments, shared forecasts for the upcoming fifth project year, and highlighted efforts to ensure sustainability beyond
Voices from the Region spotlights stakeholders in Region 11 and their work to improve educational opportunities and outcomes. R11CC is privileged to collaborate with and share the insights of Dr. Janice Garnett, a distinguished senior lecturer on educational leadership at the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska Omaha. The
The Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA) has a trio of free toolkits to help parents, educators, and administrators support these students.
More than 75% of multilingual learners speak Spanish, and many schools and districts have more than 100 languages represented among their students.
Evidence-Based Facilitator Guides: Improving Intermediate Academic Content and Literacy for English Learners
The purpose of these condensed practice guides developed by Nebraska DOE with REL Central is to offer evidence-based, actionable recommendations for high-quality early literacy instruction.
One of our primary roles at the Region 11 Comprehensive Center (managed by McREL) is to support statewide education improvement efforts involving partnerships among state departments of education, regional service agencies, local districts, and even individual schools.
This resource provides tools for K–12 educators, administrators, and mental health treatment providers to better address the learning and behavioral health needs of Indigenous youth in a holistic manner.