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Sheila Rodriguez

Data Coaching in Puerto Rico: Reflecting on and Celebrating the Work

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.

Dr. Carrie Parker

Virgin Islands Project Supports All Educators in Instructing English Learners

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.

Dr. Meg Caven

Understanding Teacher Turnover in Early Childhood Education

Mon Jun 21 2021 by Dr. Meg Caven, Senior Research Associate, REL Northeast & Islands
Why is teacher turnover so high in some early childcare centers and so low in others? Learn about a study that examined factors associated with turnover in the early childhood educator workforce.

Georgia Bock

Teacher Induction Program Holds Promise for Retaining Beginning Teachers

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.

Dr. Jessica Bailey

Creating and Using Performance Assessments: An Online Course for Educators

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.

Dr. Clare Waterman Audrey Gallo

Early Childhood Education Research Alliance Members Share Strategies in Response to COVID-19 Crisis

Mon Jun 01 2020 by Dr. Clare Waterman, Research Scientist, REL Northeast & Islands and Audrey Gallo, Research Associate, REL Northeast & Islands
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.

Kellie Kim

Bringing Professional Development Research to Light

Sun Mar 01 2020 by Kellie Kim, Researcher, REL Northeast & Islands
Professional development for educators is a key means of improving classroom instruction and students’ learning. Find out how REL Northeast & Islands conducted a review of research on professional development topics, culminating in an infographic on instructional coaching.

Heidi Larson Dr. Carrie Parker

Supporting Dual Language Learners in the PreK Classroom

Thu Aug 01 2019 by Heidi Larson, REL Northeast & Islands Cross-REL/TA Outreach Coordinator and Dr. Carrie Parker, Principal Research Scientist, REL Northeast & Islands
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.

Dr. Candice Bocala

Supporting Districts’ Efforts to Evaluate Professional Development

Sat Jun 01 2019 by Dr. Candice Bocala, Senior Research Associate, REL Northeast & Islands
Two REL Northeast & Islands projects are building the capacity of district leaders to evaluate their own teacher professional development (PD) efforts, whether they decide to hire an external evaluator or conduct PD evaluations internally.

Dr. Candice Bocala

Research Study Examines Relationship Between Teacher Induction Program and Teacher Retention

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.

Pradipti Bhatta

Bridge Event Explores Research on Teacher Preparation for Equity and Diversity

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.

Dr. Clare Waterman

Research Partnership Looks at Universal PreK Enrollment Patterns in Vermont

Sun Apr 01 2018 by Dr. Clare Waterman, Research Scientist, REL Northeast & Islands
Decades of research have shown that participation in high-quality prekindergarten (preK) is associated with better outcomes for young children. Supported by the evidence base, overall state funding for preK programs increased by 47 percent nationwide over the last five years.