Tue Nov 02 2021 by
Sheila Rodriguez, Research Associate, REL Northeast & Islands
Read about how data coaches in Puerto Rico have been helping to build a culture of data use across the island.
Thu Jul 29 2021 by
Dr. Carrie Parker, Principal Research Scientist, REL Northeast & Islands
Learn how REL Northeast & Islands has teamed up with the Virgin Islands Department of Education to ensure that all teachers use high-quality instructional practices with English learners.
Wed Jun 30 2021 by
Xinxin Zhang , Research Assistant II
and Dr. Katherine Shields, Research Scientist
Read about Rhode Island's efforts to improve college and career readiness in youth through accelerated college credit programs, which students participate, and how they benefit.
Fri May 07 2021 by
Georgia Bock, Research Associate
Read about a new study that investigated the relationship between participation in Connecticut’s teacher induction program and beginning teacher retention.
Sun Nov 01 2020 by
Dr. Jessica Bailey, Senior Research Associate, REL Northeast & Islands
REL Northeast & Islands is excited to release a free online course that will guide teachers in developing, scoring, and using high-quality performance assessments within a comprehensive assessment system.
Thu Oct 01 2020 by
Diana Wogan, REL Researcher
Read about a new guide that helps practitioners identify evidence-based interventions to implement in their districts.
Wed May 01 2019 by
Joshua Cox, Senior Research Associate, REL Northeast & Islands
Learn about the important role family and community partnerships play in successful school-based social and emotional learning programs.
Sat Sep 01 2018 by
Dr. Candice Bocala, Senior Research Associate, REL Northeast & Islands
Teacher turnover is a problem across the United States, with about 17 percent of teachers leaving within the first five years in the profession. This turnover rate costs states and districts money and time, and negatively affects student outcomes.
Wed Aug 01 2018 by
Pradipti Bhatta, Project Coordinator, REL Northeast & Islands
Racial diversity has been increasing for decades in U.S. public schools, and students of color now account for 52 percent of total enrollment.