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A Teacher's Guide to Supporting Family Involvement in K–3 Literacy

Description: The Teacher's Guide to Supporting Family Involvement in K–3 Literacy will be a suite of resources teachers can use with families to encourage and facilitate literacy support for children at home. The suite of resources will be grade-specific ... » more info

Southeast
REL Work in Progress: Study/Project
Alaska Pre-Elementary Grant Study

Description: The Alaska Department of Education & Early Development (DEED) created the Pre-Elementary Grant (PEG) program in 2016 to fund the development and expansion of locally designed preschool options in communities across the state. In Alaska, participation in ... » more info

Northwest
REL Work in Progress: Study/Project
Analysis of Arizona Third Grade Language and Literacy Outcomes by Kindergarten English Learner Student Classifications

Description: Across Arizona, many school districts and communities have renewed their focus on early literacy development. Through the Arizona Literacy Partnership, REL West collaborates with the Arizona Department of Education (ADE) and local districts. The overall ... » more info

West
REL Work in Progress: Study/Project
Assessing the Implementation of the Iowa Learning and Technology Networked Improvement Community: An Applied Research Methods report

Description: The purpose of the proposed project is to evaluate the Iowa Learning and Technology Networked Improvement Community (Iowa NIC) and share, through an applied research methods report, a methodology for evaluating the implementation of networked improvement ... » more info

Midwest
REL Work in Progress: Study/Project
Boston Public Schools' New Teacher Development Program: Mentoring Practices and New Teacher Retention

Description: Given that beginning teachers are often retained at lower rates and are rated as less effective than more experienced teachers, many states—including Massachusetts—have adopted mandatory teacher induction programs to help alleviate some of the challenges ... » more info

Northeast & Islands
REL Work in Progress: Study/Project
Characteristics and experiences of housing-insecure community college students in the College Housing Assistance Program in Washington

Description: Across the nation, many community college students experience housing insecurity. A survey of more than 33,000 students at 70 community colleges in 24 states found that approximately 50 percent were housing insecure and 14 percent had experienced ... » more info

Northwest
REL Work in Progress: Study/Project
Characteristics and outcomes among schools granting and students receiving biliteracy seals in an urban district

Description: Currently, 40 states, including New Mexico, offer a seal of biliteracy (or seal of bilingualism–biliteracy) to their graduating high school students. Quantitative research evidence is limited regarding the equitable allocation of seals of biliteracy ... » more info

Southwest
REL Work in Progress: Study/Project
Characteristics of Special Education Local Plan Areas (SELPAs) in California

Description: Since 1977, all public school districts in California have been required to join or form a consortium called a Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA) to administer services for students with disabilities and ensure the provisions of the federal ... » more info

West
REL Work in Progress: Study/Project
Classroom practical measurement toolkit for continuous improvement

Description: This tool will provide resources for practitioners who are developing practical measures for use in Networked Improvement Communities (NIC) or other improvement science contexts, such as educator-initiated action research. The users of the toolkit will ... » more info

Southwest
REL Work in Progress: Study/Project
Community Math Nights Facilitators' Toolkit

Description: At community math nights, educators, children, and family members come together to learn and talk about math. These events can help family members participate in their child's learning, raise expectations for math achievement, and promote their child's ... » more info

Appalachia
REL Work in Progress: Study/Project
Describing characteristics and outcomes of high school equivalency exam takers in New Jersey

Description: New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) has requested information about the three High School Equivalency (HSE) exams offered in the state: (1) the GED, (2) the Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC), and (3) the High School Equivalency Test ... » more info

Mid-Atlantic
REL Work in Progress: Study/Project
Determining the effect of discipline reform plans on student suspensions and expulsions in Minnesota

Description: In 2017, the Minnesota Department of Human Rights determined that 43 of 493 school districts and charter networks in the state violated the Minnesota Human Rights Act by suspending and expelling Black and Native American students and students in special ... » more info

Midwest
REL Work in Progress: Study/Project
District-Level Supports Associated With Retaining Teachers in Michigan School Districts

Description: In 2016, the Michigan Department of Education launched its Top 10 in 10 strategic initiative that aims to elevate Michigan among the top 10 education states in 10 years. A main focus of the initiative is to ensure that all students have equal access to ... » more info

Midwest
REL Work in Progress: Study/Project
Early Progress and Outputs of a Grow Your Own Teachers Program for High School Students and Paraprofessionals in Texas

Description: In 2018, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) launched a Grow Your Own grant program for Texas school districts to help increase the pipeline and diversity of teachers, particularly in small and rural districts. The program provides funds for districts to ... » more info

Southwest
REL Work in Progress: Study/Project
Education and Career Planning in High School: A Longitudinal Study of School and Student Characteristics and College-Going Behaviors

Arizona is one of many states that require high school students to develop education and career plans, also known as individualized learning plans. The planning process is intended to encourage students to think more intentionally about their future coursework, career aspirations, and ... » more info

West
REL Work in Progress: Study/Project