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.
A Survey and Assessment of Culturally Based Education Programs for Native American Students in the United States
A review of the programs in the survey indicated that there were five types of culturally based education programs and four types of programs that were not culturally based.
Developing Systems to Improve Outcomes for Students in Schools Receiving Targeted Support and Improvement (TSI) and Additional Targeted Support and Improvement (ATSI)
In Year 2, the R11CC and the Nebraska Department of Education (NDE) delivered a virtual learning community series titled An Equity-Focused Approach to TSI/ATSI School Improvement. Throughout the 2020–21 school year, interactive, content-focused sessions delved into topics such as understanding, collecting, and organizing data; interpreting student learning data; foundations of data equity; using the Every
This brief defines the variables a state or district leadership team might consider as they determine if they are “ready” to invest in the scaling‐up of an innovation in education.
AARs can assist schools and districts in identifying the lessons learned from previous summer and extended learning programs, as well as from current attempts at hybrid and remote learning.
This research brief highlights the need for, and the importance of, implementing TI approaches in rural school communities, and shares recommendations for planning and implementation by schools and districts.
The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation have developed resources to support educational organizations in their adoption and implementation of digital learning resources.
Internet dead zones and 'thick' homework packets took an emotional toll on Navajo students during COVID-19 school year. They didn't give up!