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REL Mid-Atlantic: Putting Research into Action The Regional Educational Laboratory Mid-Atlantic translates research to practice in partnership with policymakers and practitioners in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
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Upcoming Webinar: Regional Approaches to Addressing Teacher Shortages

Join the REL for a discussion on how to address teacher shortages via district–university partnerships.


Career readiness infographic

Our latest infographic outlines how to prepare students for changing career requirements.


The REL Mid-Atlantic: Quarterly Newsletter

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Latest from the REL Mid-Atlantic Blog

Creating Effective School Report Card Websites: Content, Design, and Process
This blog post discusses the content, design, and process for developing and updating web-based school report cards. Watch recordings from a workshop on this topic to learn more.

No Lazy Days of Summer for REL Mid-Atlantic: Highlights from Recent Conferences
This blog post highlights recent conferences co-sponsored by the REL Mid-Atlantic that discussed using evidence to address pressing education issues. If you weren't able to attend these conferences, learn more by watching highlights of the events.

States and Districts Can Make Greater Use of Kindergarten Assessments to Understand Students' Knowledge, Skills, and Growth
This blog post provides an overview of kindergarten entry assessments and how the REL is supporting ways to use pre-kindergarten assessments to shed light on students' achievement levels, support needed, and learning growth.

Read our latest and past blog posts.

Works in Progress

teacher working with students

Learn more about the research projects currently underway.


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Transforming Early Care and Education Financing with a Highly-Qualified Workforce: Findings from the National Academies Panel Report and Potential Steps for States