What's New at REL Northeast & Islands
Webinar: Continuous Improvement in Education: A Toolkit for Schools and Districts
This webinar will present an overview of the Continuous Improvement in Education toolkit and offer direction on how stakeholders can use the toolkit to test and implement new practices.
Webinar: Student Voices: Perspectives on Antiracism in Schools
Join us on October 27 for a webinar that will present two examples of programs designed to identify and dismantle racism in schools, as well as a panel discussion in which students reflect on their experiences with antiracism work in their schools.
New Study: Investigating the Relationship between Adherence to Connecticut’s Teacher Education and Mentoring Program Requirements and Teacher Retention
This study explores fidelity of implementation of a statewide teacher induction program, how fidelity of implementation varies across schools and districts, and the relationship between fidelity of implementation and teacher retention.
New Study: Teacher Preparation and Employment Outcomes of Beginning Teachers in Rhode Island
This study explores the relationship between where a teacher is prepared in Rhode Island and teacher mobility, retention, and employment in the certificate area in which the teacher was prepared.
Latest from the REL Northeast & Islands Blog
New Guide Supports Educators in Selecting and Implementing SEL Interventions
Read about a new guide that helps practitioners identify evidence-based interventions to implement in their districts.
Rural Schools and Communities Pull Together During COVID-19
Learn how rural communities throughout the REL Northeast & Islands region and beyond are coping with connectivity and access issues that disadvantage rural students.
Early Childhood Education Research Alliance Members Share Strategies in Response to COVID-19 Crisis
Learn how states in the Northeast & Islands region are engaging families and their children from birth to age 5, supporting their ECE workforce, and making plans to reopen ECE centers in the fall.