Regional Education Lab


School Discipline Data Indicators: A Guide for Districts and Schools

(2017, April) | Useful to educators, schools, and districts in identifying and addressing racial/ethnic disproportionality in discipline practices. Also useful to Parent Centers involved in their state’s ESSA planning with respect to disproportionality. This guide from the Institute of Education Sciences is designed to supply educators with a means to identify whether racial/ethnic disproportionality in […]

Online Logic Model Development Application

Developed with funding from the Institute of Education Sciences, the ELM application takes the typical “how-to” guide to the next level, guiding users through a series of questions and providing opportunities to enter program resources, activities, outputs and outcomes. Once all program information is entered, users will be prompted to draw lines between each component, […]

Logic models: A tool for designing and monitoring program evaluations

This introduction to logic models as a tool for designing program evaluations defines the major components of non-profit programs—resources, activities, outputs, and short-, mid-, and long-term outcomes—and uses an example to demonstrate the relationships among them. Developed by the REL-Pacific, the brief is written for educators. However, it’s easily understandable and its content is relevant to parent […]

Effective Literacy Interventions | Webinar

(2015, October) | Useful to Parent Centers in states where “literacy” has been selected as the target for improvement. Research shows that literacy intervention programs can help students who have reading difficulties, especially when the interventions occur schoolwide. In this webinar of the REL Mid-Atantic, the presenter: shares what the research says about the effectiveness […]

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