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Jun 10

REL Southeast Training on Career Counseling in Rural Schools
This conference breakout session will provide an overview of evidence-based career counseling strategies with a focus on rural schools. Participants will receive an overview and discuss the areas shown from the research to be important to the implementation of career counseling and work to develop an implementation plan. ... » more info

Jun 04

Mississippi Literacy Coaching Symposium: Training on REL Southeast Literacy Tools
In this session, REL Southeast will share a series of literacy self-study guides that are based on rigorous research. These REL Southeast developed tools can be used by state-, district-, and school-level practitioners as well as university faculty to support implementation of K-12 literacy interventions. ... » more info

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What research has been conducted on ways to increase collective teacher efficacy?
In response to the question, resources that specifically addressed research that has been conducted on ways to increase collective teacher efficacy were identified. » more info

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What research has been conducted on teaching social behavior skills?
In response to the question, resources that specifically addressed research that has been conducted on teaching social behavioral skills were identified. » more info

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The Ready Family
This infographic provides steps families can take to prepare their children for kindergarten. » more info

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What is the evidence of effectiveness for the Strategic Instruction Model (SIM)?
In response to the question, resources that specifically addressed the evidence of effectiveness for the Strategic Instruction Model (SIM) were identified. » more info

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Leadership Characteristics and Practices in South Carolina Charter Schools

The purpose of this descriptive study was to identify characteristics of charter school leaders in South Carolina, determine how they spend their work hours, understand the time they spend on challenges to their work, and learn who influences their schools' policies.

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