The findings of this study suggest that education stakeholders might consider incorporating supports for positive academic mindsets and behaviors to more effectively prepare students for the transition to middle school and supporting them through the transition.
School District Collaboration: Lessons From Districts Participating in California Education Partners’ California Language & Learning Initiative (CALLI)
The California Language & Learning Initiative (CALLI) provided resources and support to small- to medium-sized districts working to improve student outcomes and collaborate on improvement efforts. This brief draws from interviews with participating districts’ team members about what they and their districts gained and learned from the CALLI experience.
The PITC Curriculum: A Responsive, Relationship-based Approach to Support Learning in Infants and Toddlers
Learn how the PITC Curriculum enriches responsive, relationship-based learning for infants and toddlers. This archived webinar features an overview of the PITC curriculum approach, tools, and implementation training.
Critical Features of Instructional Materials Design for Today’s Science Standards (Archived Webinar)
In this archived webinar, EdReports and NextGenScience lead a conversation about a useful resource that illustrates critical design features of high-quality science instructional materials.
Critical Features of Instructional Materials Design for Today’s Science Standards: A Resource for Science Curriculum Developers and the Education Field
This resource outlines critical design features of science instructional materials and provides common language for describing high-quality materials.
In this 90-minute webinar hosted by REL West at WestEd, presenters discussed the research base for systematic, high-quality tutoring and shared a case study of how one nonprofit high school math tutoring program enacts evidence-based principles.
On Episode 2 of NCSI’s “General Soup” podcast, Sara Doutre and Susan Hayes delve into the topic of Educational Benefit Reviews and hear how three states – California, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania – are incorporating this valuable process into their state monitoring and support systems.
Episode 1 of the NCSI's General Soup podcast series is focused on how South Carolina is moving towards a more results-driven accountability and supports system.
Schools On The Move Podcast Episode 1: Student Learning Communities - Building Student Voice and Agency for Students with Disabilities
In this podcast episode of "Schools on the Move," WestEd's Matt Navo and Dr. Annie Sharp of Fresno County Superintendent of Schools discuss student learning communities and how to build student voice and agency for students with disabilities.
NCSI Schools On The Move Podcast Episode 2: Professional Learning Communities and Improving Outcomes for Students with Disabilities
In this podcast episode of "Schools on the Move," WestEd's Matt Navo and Dr. Annie Sharp of Fresno County Superintendent of Schools focus on the impact of professional learning communities and improving outcomes for students with disabilities.
What Are Social and Emotional Learning and Culturally Responsive and Sustaining Education — and What Do They Have to Do with Critical Race Theory? A Primer
Ensuring equity in education, whereby all student groups attain comparable positive outcomes, is an ongoing challenge for policymakers and practitioners. While there is no single
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