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REL Appalachia partners with educators and policymakers in Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia to improve learner outcomes. Learn more about REL Appalachia.
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Mar 20

Expanding School Supports for Kinship Caregivers and Grandfamilies: Community of Practice Kickoff

The Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Appalachia is hosting a community of practice (CoP) for professionals, advocates, and educators who support kinship caregivers and grandfamilies across Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia. Members...
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Dec 01

SEL + Math = Integrated Instruction for the Whole Child

Location: Williamsburg, Virginia Description: During this 75 minute workshop at the 2022 Annual Virginia Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Conference, REL Appalachia staff build K-12 math educators’ understanding of how social-emotional...
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Oct 28

Back on Track: Lessons Learned from High Dosage Tutoring

Time: 1:00 – 2:45 pm Location: Greeneville, TN Description: REL Appalachia staff led this session at the Niswonger Learning Together Day conference to share with educators the promise of high-dosage tutoring for significantly improving student learning...
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Oct 20

Strategies to Support Students and Educators Experiencing Trauma

Location: Green Bay, Wisconsin Description: During this session at the National Rural Education Association (NREA) 2022 National Forum to Advance Rural Education, Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Appalachia staff shared resources and strategies to...
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Aug 03

Four Pillars of Support for High School Students’ College and Career Readiness

Teachers, counselors, and school leaders play a vital role in building, assessing, and strengthening four pillars of support students need to graduate from high school with multiple options for the future. This infographic includes an overview of the...
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Assessing the Alignment between West Virginia’s High School Career and Technical Education Programs and the Labor Market
To help students leave high school on a path toward success in the labor market, education policymakers and practitioners often focus on improving career and technical education (CTE) opportunities in high school. Understanding the alignment between high...

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