WestEd's School Choice Project Director Robin Chait describes how a charter school operator and authorizer collaborated to ensure a proposed charter school met the needs of a San Diego community.
Collaborating with REL West, districts identified areas of opportunity and developed a strategy to improve safety, well-being, and engagement for Black and Latinx students.
Building State-Level Data Capacity in Arizona to Improve Instructional Services for English Learners
With REL West coaching and support, the Arizona Department of Education is learning to implement new data collection methods and to use reliable data to inform policy and practice.
REL West collaborates with local partners to facilitate training and build connections that support the web of services available to young people and their families.
Elementary teachers in the Washoe County School District are routinely conducting cycles of data inquiry in their grade-level learning huddles to improve how they teach reading and writing.
Breaking Down Barriers, Building Relationships: Delaware’s Collaborative Approach to Inventorying Whole-Child Efforts
Discover how the Delaware Department of Education used a WestEd resource to improve the alignment and coherence of their whole-child initiatives.
Karon Klipple, Executive Director of the Carnegie Math Pathways, shares what's been most impactful and where further work is needed in the math pathways movement.
Learn how one district adopted formative assessment practices for all students in every classroom and how they center conversations around student learning goals and instructional supports.
Discover how a dedicated team of REL West researchers and Utah educators are working on mining and getting teachers to adopt promising math practices.
As one school-based telehealth provider reflects, “the more ways in which we can support children, the more likely we are to change the trajectory of their lives.”