Making a Difference for American Indian and Alaska Native Students
Register for webinar on March 28th to learn how tribal governments and Native-serving organizations are designing and funding the nurturing of students for school, college, career, and community life.
Webinar: Experiences from the Field—Perspectives of Teachers of Color
Register for the March 9th REL-sponsored webinar to learn more about recruiting and retaining teachers of color and their perspectives on what makes them join, stay, and leave the field.
Webinar: Using Chronic Absence Data to Identify Patterns of Inequity
Explore examples of disaggregated chronic absence data with the Western Educational Equity Assistance Center on February 17th to identify where systemic issues are disproportionately impacting specific student groups.
Research and Promising Approaches in Educator Workforce Diversity: Efforts in Colorado
Join REL Central and the Colorado Department of Education on Feb. 15th for a webinar on teacher diversity in Colorado, trends nationwide, and how a diverse teacher workforce benefits students.
K–3 Literacy Guidance Framework: Instruction, Assessment, and Intervention
A new R11CC policy document examines the importance of early identification and instruction to ensure that all students are reading with proficiency by the end of third grade.
A School Renewal Handbook for Underperforming Schools
This R11CC-developed document provides a framework to engage all stakeholders in the continuous improvement process to scale evidence-based strategies and programs to improve outcomes for all students.
Webinar: Addressing Chronic Absenteeism
Looking for strategies to address chronic absenteeism? Register for a webinar hosted by the U.S. Department of Education’s Student Engagement and Attendance Center on January 10th at 2pm ET.
Virtual Learning Series Module: Teacher Diversity – Recruitment
Developed by the Mid-Atlantic Equity Consortium, this course provides strategies on how SEAs, LEAs, schools, and IHEs can leverage equitable partnerships to increase diversity of teacher candidates.
Virtual Learning Series Module: The History and the Importance of a Diverse Educator Workforce
This course, created by the Western Educational Equity Assistance Center, examines the historical context of the educational workforce and importance of addressing diversity in hiring practices.
Virtual Learning Series Module: Hiring a Culturally Responsive and Diverse Workforce
Created by the Midwest and Plains Equity Assistance Center, this free online course is designed to increase understanding of effective culturally responsive hiring processes and practices.
R12CC Fall 2022 Newsletter
This newsletter includes updates on each of our state projects and features Carolyn Haug, Colorado Department of Education’s Director of Research and Impact, in our Voices from the Field segment.
Voices from the Field: An Interview with Carolyn Haug from CDE
Voices from the Field spotlights stakeholders in Region 12 and their work to improve educational opportunities and outcomes. R12CC is privileged to collaborate