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Factors Associated with Grade 3 Reading Outcomes in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands

REL Pacific explored the associations between reading proficiency and the demographic characteristics and education experiences of grade 3 students in the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands. » More info


Supports Associated with Teacher Retention in Michigan

REL Midwest examined whether teacher supports—policies, practices, or programs—implemented by school districts and charter schools are associated with the retention of Michigan teachers. » More info


Variation in Mentoring Practices and Retention across New Teacher Demographic Characteristics under a Large Urban District's New Teacher Mentoring Program

REL Northeast and Islands found that one-year retention of new teachers in a large urban school district was associated with the dosage of mentoring they received and the topics discussed with their mentors. » More info


Using Enhanced Coaching of Teachers to Improve Reading Achievement in Grades PreK-2 in Chicago Public Schools

REL Midwest examined the effect on student reading achievement of being in schools that received enhanced coaching supports as part of Chicago Public Schools' P-2 Balanced Literacy Initiative to improve literacy instruction and looked at the successes and challenges of implementation. » More info


Exploring Implementation of Attendance Supports to Reduce Chronic Absenteeism in the Providence Public School District

REL Northeast & Islands found that schools in which chronic absenteeism decreased implemented text messaging, phone calls, and mentorship programs with fidelity more frequently than schools in which chronic absenteeism increased. » More info