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Developing Early Literacy Professional Learning Communities (PLCs)
This infographic aims to support educational leaders as they implement the REL Southeast Early Literacy PLC and assist leaders as they develop and implement their own evidence-based PLCs to increase teacher knowledge. » more info

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K-3 Early Literacy Professional Development Initiative in Mississippi
This audio file consists of a question-and-answer format featuring Ms. Laurie Lee, manager of the REL Southeast Improving Literacy Research Alliance and LeighAnne Cheeseman and Jill Hoda, Assistant State Literacy Coordinators with the Mississippi Department of Education, and Kirsten Wells, State Literacy Director for the Mississippi Department of Education. » listen

Sep 13

Mississippi Literacy Summit: Training on REL Southeast Literacy Tools
In this session, the Regional Educational Laboratory Southeast (REL SE) will share a series of literacy self-study guides that are based on rigorous research. These REL SE developed tools can be used by state-, district-, and school-level practitioners as well as university faculty to support implementation of K-12 literacy interventions. » more info

Sep 14

Improving Understanding and Instruction of Probability and Statistics for Middle and High School Teachers
The goals for the presentation are to (a) enhance middle and high school teachers’ content knowledge related to key concepts and ideas in statistics; (b) give middle and high school teachers background on statistical concepts... » more info

Sep 14

Mississippi Department of Education Literacy Summit
The goals for this presentation are to (a) enhance participant knowledge of evidence-based literacy practices that support school readiness, (b) share infographics containing evidence-based resources that support school readiness, and (c) discuss potential obstacles impacting school readiness and identify potential solutions for these obstacles. » more info

Math course sequences in grades 6–11 and math achievement in Mississippi

Math course sequences in grades 6–11 and math achievement in Mississippi
The purpose of this study was to examine how students in Mississippi met their mathematics requirements and the extent to which their mathematics sequence is related to student performance and demographic characteristics such as race and ethnicity. » more info

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Math course sequences in grades 6–11 and math achievement in Mississippi

The purpose of this study was to examine how students in Mississippi met their mathematics requirements and the extent to which their mathematics sequence is related to student performance and demographic characteristics such as race and ethnicity.

Featured Video

Using Visual Representations with Students Struggling with Math

Featured Blog Post

Assessment for Personalized Learning: A Race? An Art? Insights from VirtualSC's Deep Dive into Strategic Change

This blog post describes how VirtualSC's explorations into personalized assessment have the potential to bring new answers - and new questions - into the dialogue on how virtual schools can transform traditional assessment practices and achieve increased learning engagement and success.