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Quasi-Experimental Designs: Observing Moderate Evidence
This infographic addresses quasi-experimental designs, the limits associated with nonrandom assignment, and the importance of baseline equivalence. ... » more info

Experimental Studies: Observing Strong Evidence
This infographic describes experimental studies and addresses causality and causal inference, random assignment, and risks from attrition. ... » more info

Personalization and Online Learning
The South Carolina Department of Education has developed a new personalized learning framework. Districts across South Carolina are using this framework as they explore, plan, and implement high quality systems for personalized learning. ... » more info

Sep 05

REL Southeast Event: Making Connections in Algebra (St Johns, FL)
Participants of this event will review the Practice Guide – Foundational Skills to Support Reading for Understanding in Kindergarten Through 3rd Grade and explore the related Professional Learning Community materials as well as other resources. ... » more info

Aug 30

REL Southeast Event: Making Connections in Algebra (St Augustine, FL)
Participants of this event will review the Practice Guide – Foundational Skills to Support Reading for Understanding in Kindergarten Through 3rd Grade and explore the related Professional Learning Community materials as well as other resources. ... » more info

REL Southeast Training on Literacy Strategies for Adult Educators
During regional trainings across Florida during the spring and summer of 2018, REL Southeast staff presented multiple sessions on evidence-based literacy strategies for adult educators. ... » more info

A Teacher’s Guide to Supporting Family Involvement in K-3 Literacy
This project will assist K-3 teachers in informing and encouraging families to engage in out-of-school literacy activities. ... » 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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