REL Northeast and Islands has issued a new report to help districts in analyzing their student-level data to answer important questions about the use of exclusionary disciplinary actions. » More info
A new REL Southeast study examines how Florida's 300 lowest performing elementary schools in reading implemented an extended school day policy in 2014/15. » More info
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
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
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
This descriptive study examines patterns in advanced coursetaking among current and former English learner students and never-English learner students in Washington state.
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