What's New at REL Northeast & Islands
Using the Practice Guide to Improve Mathematical Problem Solving in Grades 4-8
Join us on March 18 for a webinar to learn how the What Works Clearinghouse practice guide, Improving Mathematical Problem Solving in Grades 4 Through 8, supports the professional development of mathematics teachers. » More info
Informing Policy: Examining Enrollment Trends in Universal Prekindergarten in Vermont
This webinar presented findings from a study examining enrollment patterns for the first year of universal prekindergarten implementation in Vermont. » More info
Measuring Students’ Social and Emotional Learning: A Review of Instruments and Implications for State and Local Education Agencies
This webinar featured a new resource designed to help states and districts identify reliable and valid instruments to measure social and emotional learning in secondary students. » More info
Using Data to Promote Culturally Responsive Teaching: Session 1
This webinar, the first in a two-part series, introduced participants to the importance of developing data literacy to promote culturally responsive teaching. » More info
Latest from the REL Northeast & Islands Blog
What We Have Learned from Our Work with Teachers
REL Northeast & Islands researchers work with educators to help them use data and evidence to arrive at the best instructional approaches for their students. This blog discusses some important lessons learned.
State Report Cards Go Digital in the Northeast
The state-issued school report card as we know it is transforming to a richer and more detailed picture of district- and school-level performance. Learn how REL Northeast & Islands is helping states use data from these online report cards for school improvement planning.
Supporting Dual Language Learners in the PreK Classroom
Bilingualism carries a number of advantages to children—including social, linguistic, cognitive, and cultural benefits. Learn about strategies to help young dual language learners succeed.