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.
Sign up for free, self-paced education courses such as “Culturally Responsive Parent and Family Engagement” and “Who Has Bias? We All Do!” to increase awareness in equity-related topics.
Identifying effective teachers is difficult and requires multiple measures of teacher effectiveness. This working paper discusses some of the challenges and offers tools and strategies to help address them.
A new report from the Institute of Education Sciences identifies the most promising evidence about what works for learning remotely, based on a review of thirty-six studies.
How is Kansas redesigning education to lead the world in the success of each student? Read these Educational Considerations articles for insights and research findings from Kansans involved in redesign.