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Putting Research into Action
The Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Northwest partners with stakeholders in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington on using data and evidence to improve educational equity and student success.

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A Montana High School Optimizes EWS Team Meetings

With thoughtful planning, adherence to protocols, and a lot of commitment, it only takes a couple hours a month to make a big difference in the lives of struggling students.

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Building Connections Through Perspective-Taking

Positive relationships between teachers and students are the bedrock for success in school and beyond. Learn how the skill of perspective-taking can help teachers make them a reality.
 

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Creating Caring and Culturally Responsive Classrooms

Early learning expert Dr. Sharon Ritchie offers strategies for creating culturally responsive and emotionally supportive preK-grade 3 classrooms for children from diverse racial and cultural backgrounds.

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Finding (and Keeping) the Right People

Pasco High in Eastern Washington has a teacher turnover rate that's been consistently below the state average for five years. Find out what draws teachers to the school and makes them want to stay.

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Strengthening Relationships with Students from Various Backgrounds

At North Salem High, one of the most diverse high schools in Oregon, teachers use empathy and perspective-taking to build authentic relationships with students and reduce the need for discipline.


Works in Progress

Learn more about the research projects currently underway.