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Equity

Natalie Walrond

Committed. Together. Moving Through COVID-19: Fostering Social, Emotional, and Mental Well-Being [Video]

WestEd’s Natalie Walrond addresses the kind of learning environment and relationships all students need for success when school buildings reopen.

COVID-19EquityHealth & safetyResourceSchool climateSchools and districtsSELsocial emotional learning

Rory Fitzpatrick

Committed. Together. Moving Through COVID-19: Students with Disabilities [Video]

WestEd's Rorie Fitzpatrick recommends three actions state and local education agencies can take to support students with disabilities through school closures and the transition back to school settings.

COVID-19EquityNew YorkNYPolicySpecial educationstudents with disabilities

REL West Children Learning

Spotlight: Evidence and Research Use in Education Policy and Practice

Check out these tools and resources designed to assist educators and policymakers in shaping practice based on evidence in schools, districts, and across states.

EquityNew YorkNYPolicyResearch and evaluationSchool ImprovementSchools and districts

Student Writing

Preventing Students from Dropping Out During COVID-19 School Closures

REL West’s BethAnn Berliner spoke with leading dropout prevention scholar, Dr. Russell W. Rumberger, to discuss students vulnerable to dropping out during this time.

COVID-19Distance Learningdropout preventionEquityremote learningSchools and districtsSELsocial emotional learningTeachers and leaders

Karon Klipple

“We’re All In This Together”: Carnegie Math Pathways Helps Educators Transition to Distance Learning Amid COVID-19

Carnegie Math Pathways helps its national network of math faculty with the abrupt transition to distance learning, as it prepares to launch online versions of all Pathways courses in fall 2020.

College & careerEquityMathematicsNew YorkNYSTEM

EL Student

Responding to and Supporting the Needs of English Learner Students

Eight tips for creating better outcomes for students who are English learners.

English language learnersEnglish learnersEquity

High School Students

Making Historical Thinking Visible for English Learner Students

In social studies classrooms, multimodal texts such as maps, photographs, and film can be powerful tools to develop historical understanding.

English language learnersEnglish learnersEquityLiteracy

School Leaders

Announcing Spring and Summer Professional Learning Opportunities

Strengthen leadership, knowledge, and skills with research-informed professional development this summer.

College & careerEnglish learnersEquityEventFloridaLiteracyMathematicsProfessional developmentTeachers and leaders

Improving Outcomes for Young People with Disabilities

Through initiatives like the National Center for Systemic Improvement, we help states transform their systems to better support infants, toddlers, children, and youth with disabilities.

English learnersEquityFour DomainsHealth & safetySchool TurnaroundSchools and districtsSpecial educationstudents with disabilities

Math Student

Building Supports for Students with Disabilities in Mathematics

It takes time and dedication to bring the message to all stakeholders that “all students can succeed” and to make sure this is not just a slogan but a practice embedded in everyone’s daily work.

Common CoreEquityMathematicsResearch and evaluationResourceSchools and districtsSTEM