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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

REL Southeast Program Evaluation Micro-Credential Training
The SCDE has established an internal electronic training platform that will enable staff to complete “micro-credentials.” ... » more info

Training Educators on REL Southeast Literacy Tools at the Georgia Literacy for Learning, Living, and Leading (L4) Institutes
During the summer of 2018, REL Southeast staff presented multiple sessions for Georgia educators at the Georgia Literacy for Learning, Living and Leading (L4) Institutes. ... » more info

Solving Mathematical Problems in More Than One Way: A Guide for Middle School Teachers
Teaching students to intentionally choose from a bank of different potential strategies when encountering unfamiliar problems can be challenging. This infographic was created to support teacher learning on research and practices that promote students' use of multiple strategies to solve problems. ... » more info

Training educators using the REL Southeast Implementing Evidence-Based Literacy Practices Roadmap
During 2017-2018, the REL Southeast conducted multiple face-to-face trainings with state, district, and school educators in Mississippi, Florida, and North Carolina on the resources in their literacy roadmap ... » more info

Identifying Evidence-Based Interventions According to ESSA
This project trained State Education Agency (SEA) and Local Education Agency (LEA) staff in Mississippi on the LEA Guide for Identifying Evidence-Based Interventions for School Improvement ... » more info

Training on Career Counseling in Rural Schools
This Florida Career Readiness research alliance project provides evidence-based practices for career counseling in rural settings ... » 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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