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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.


Helping Families Teach Math to Their Young Children

To support learning at home, we're excited to share a new set of resources that helps parents and caregivers develop children's math interest and skills in fun and practical ways.


Ways to Create Welcoming, Bully-free Online Learning Environments

With students spending a lot more time online with varying levels of adult supervision, the need to prevent cyberbullying is critical. Vicki Nishioka offers five strategies for educators.


How REL Coaching Helped Improve Data Collection at a CTE Program in Alaska

From logic modeling to survey design, educators in rural Alaska are harnessing the power of data to optimize education programs—and ultimately help more students achieve success.


How Education Leaders Can Support Students with Autism During School Closures

Disruptions caused by COVID-19 can be especially stressful for students with autism. University of Idaho's Aleksandra Hollingshead shares three ways to support families of students with autism.

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Starting School in the United States: A Guide for Newcomer Students' Families

This guide answers many important questions newcomer families typically have about the U.S. school system, including the registration process, how families can get involved in their children's education, the rights every student has under U.S. law, and more.

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