What's New at REL Northeast & Islands
Measuring Students’ Social and Emotional Learning: A Review of Instruments and Implications for State and Local Education Agencies
Join us on November 20 to learn about a new resource 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
NYCDOE Forum on Connecting Research, Policy, and Practice
This day-long conference brought together researchers and educators to strengthen research partnerships in New York City. » More info
Latest from the REL Northeast & Islands Blog
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.
Ask A REL Answers Your Important Research Questions
Learn how one district leader, tasked with exploring the benefits and drawbacks of later school start times, used the REL Northeast & Islands Ask A REL service to inform her district’s decision.