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data coaching

Coaching on Data Use to Inform Leader Recruitment and Retention in Rural Schools
The goal of this project is to provide technical support to the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) to increase their knowledge of evidence-based practices used to recruit and retain school leaders in rural districts. ... » more info


Strategies to Help Postsecondary Students in Developmental Education
Recommendations from the What Works Clearinghouse practice guide... » more info

Alabama coaching

Providing Coaching to the Alabama State Department of Education on instrumentation for the evaluation of the AMSTI program in mathematics
REL Southeast is assisting the Alabama State Department of Education and the University of Northern Alabama as they develop formative and summative measures to evaluate a newly developed professional development (PD) model (summer institutes and professional learning communities)... » more info

adult educators

Algebraic Reasoning
St. Johns County Florida School District requested coaching to train teachers on how to teach algebra in a way that emphasizes connections across concepts in order to develop students' conceptual understanding of fundamental algebraic concepts. ... » more info

school resource allocation

Making Sense of School Resource Allocation Literature: Coaching for District Leaders
In partnership with the Georgia District and School Flexibility Support Research Alliance, coaching was provided to four, rural Strategic Waiver School Systems (SWSS) and Charter Systems to assist them in meeting their required performance targets. ... » 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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