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High School Senior

College Promise In California: Community-Wide Efforts to Support Student Success

Flourishing in California, College Promise programs are helping students get the education they need without taking on unmanageable student debt.

College & careerEquity

EL with Disability

Supporting Students with Disabilities

This month, WestEd is highlighting the multitude of ways in which educators can support students with disabilities. Whether you’re looking for general information or a deep dive into the specifics, WestEd offers resources, services, and research designed to help.

English learnersEquityIDEASpecial education

Reconsidering the role of play in early childhood

The Role of Play in Early Childhood: Towards Social Justice and Equity

Highlighting powerful and provocative studies from around the world, a new book, co-edited by WestEd’s Julie Nicholson, illuminates social justice and equity issues related to play.

Early childhoodearly childhood developmentEquityResourcesocial justice

Special Ed Inclusion

English Language Learners with Disabilities

Participate in our customized professional learning to gain an understanding of how to develop and implement academic instruction that addresses the unique needs of English learners with disabilities and other learning difficulties.

English learnersEquityNew YorkProfessional developmentSpecial educationstudents with disabilities

College Student

California's College Promise Programs Offer More Than Money to Help Students Succeed

A new report, written by WestEd’s California College Promise Project, discusses the characteristics of California's flourishing College Promise programs, and highlights leader and practitioner perceptions.

College & careerEquityResearch and evaluationResource

R&D Alert Chronic Absenteeism

To Address Chronic Absenteeism, Dig into the Data

With increased attention to attendance issues, partly spurred by ESSA, many districts are using data to better understand and identify ways to reduce absenteeism. Read our latest R&D Alert article to learn more.

chronic absenteeismCommon CoreEquityNew YorkSchools and districts

Navajo Radio

How Navajo Families Are Developing Children's Math Skills at Home

Learn about the Early Mathematics Training Network's hands-on workshop with the Navajo Nation in Window Rock, Arizona.

Early childhoodearly childhood developmentEquityFamily engagementLiteracyMathematicsRural schoolsSTEM

Middle School Students working together

Actionable Principles of Formative Assessment

In this book excerpt, authors Heidi Andrade and WestEd's Margaret Heritage discuss the three key principles for effective implementation of formative assessment.

AssessmentEnglish learnersEquityLiteracyReading

NYSED Articles

Transforming Education for English Language Learners: Five New Resources

Read a new series of briefs written by WestEd staff and published by the New York State Department of Education.

English learnersEquityLiteracyNew YorkProfessional developmentResourceSchools and districtsStandardsTeachers and leaders

Child with teacher

Learning From the Field: Trauma-Informed Practices

How can educators and early care providers best attend to children affected by trauma? In this Q&A, WestEd’s Natalie Walrond shares key takeaways from interviews with experts.

Early childhoodEquityHealth & safetyNew YorkNYResearch and evaluation