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Mar22

Exploring District-Level Expenditure-to-Performance Ratios

REL Northeast and Islands demonstrates how conclusions about districts' use of resources may differ depending on the measures used to calculate expenditure-to-performance ratios. » More info

Mar21

Reflections From a Professional Learning Community for Researchers Working in Research Alliances

REL Midwest describes how and why they used a professional learning community during the 2012-2017 REL contract to shift from a traditional research paradigm, with the researcher as an expert, to the collaborative research world, with the researcher as a partner. » More info

Mar21

REL Study Highlights Need for More Accurate and Differentiated Early Warning Indicators for Specific Populations of English Learners

REL Northwest found that early warning indicators used by six Washington state school districts were poor predictors of dropout for all students, but particularly for English learner students. » More info

Mar16

REL Pacific examines the characteristics and achievement of students from the Freely Associated States in Guam schools

Guam is home to the largest population of migrants from the Freely Associated States (FAS): the Federated States of Micronesia, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, and the Republic of Palau. » More info

Mar15

REL Southeast Evaluation of a Mathematics Professional Development Program in Fractions

A new study from REL Southeast examines the impact of Developing Mathematical Ideas, a mathematics professional development program in fractions, on grade 4 teachers' in-depth knowledge of fractions as well as their students' understanding and proficiency with fractions. » More info

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Patterns of English Learner Student Reclassification in New York Public Schools

A photo of a group of girls with books This study was designed to describe patterns in reclassification from English learner to English proficient, how the patterns changed over time as students spent more time in New York City schools, and how reclassification patterns differed by specific student characteristics.

Collaborative Survey Design: Focus on Competency-Based Learning

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