This WEEAC course provides participants with a deeper understanding of what equity means and how race, religion, gender, and national origin ties into the work of equity champions.
The U.S. Department of Education has released guidance to states that emphasizes flexibility around assessing student learning during the pandemic and allows waiver requests for accountability requirements.
In this article, the executive director of the Kansas Association of School Boards describes how the Kansans Can school redesign project has evolved and been impacted by the pandemic.
This resource from the Western Educational Equity Assistance Center provides an overview of the 2020 changes to Title IX sexual harassment regulations that educators need to know.
Join REL Central on February 25th at 11am M.T. for a webinar on the importance of administrator retention and evidence-based examples of state/local policies and programs that address administrator mobility.
The U.S. Department of Education has released the first handbook in a series that will address common challenges and provide practical examples for educators as schools reopen for in-person learning.