The two resources highlighted in this Spotlight support state education agency leaders in identifying and addressing long-standing systemic inequities.
Colorado, Indiana, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Vermont education leaders share the lessons they've learned while creating and implementing results-based accountability and support systems.
Substance use declined among California students during the pandemic, and remote learners reported lower levels of use compared to their counterparts who received in-person or hybrid instruction.
As our communities continue to experience significant challenges caused by the pandemic, learning recovery and acceleration are top priorities. These resources are designed to help.
Early Grade Assessments to Support Student Readiness and Success: Interview with WestEd's Joanne Jensen
In this Q&A, Joanne Jensen, Director of Assessment Design and Development at WestEd, shares how states can help to close kindergarten readiness gaps by identifying children who need extra support.
The What Works Clearinghouse, REL West, and Doing What Works offer a trove of evidence-based resources to stir and sustain girls’ interest in science and math—in the classroom, at home, and in careers.
For school and district leaders who are considering strategies to accelerate student learning, high-quality tutoring is one evidence-based strategy that can make a positive impact.
Science classrooms are an ideal venue for students to engage in embedded social and emotional learning that is authentically essential to the tasks at hand.
Read about how one state has been developing a longitudinal system to link information “from cradle to career” and help stakeholders take action on this information.
Math and science educators from throughout California have been working together in subject matter communities of practice to ensure high-quality instruction and advance equitable outcomes.