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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

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

SEL Center

The SEL Center: Working to Improve Social and Emotional Learning and School Safety

Explore more than 70 resources designed to help educators at the state and local levels integrate evidence-based SEL and school safety practices into teaching and learning.

EquityGeorgiaHealth & safetyNew YorkSchool climateschool safetySchools and districtssocial emotional learningviolence prevention

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

Students working on poetry

Meaningful Classroom Talk: Supporting English Learners’ Oral Language Development

Aida Walqui and Margaret Heritage present six guidelines for promoting quality interactions for English learners and clarify common misconceptions about language learning.

English learnersNew YorkNYSchools and districts

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

Two male adults

Empowering Families to Improve Student Learning

Academic Parent–Teacher Teams approach helps elementary school empower families to improve children's learning.

English learnersEquityFamily engagementNew YorkNYProfessional developmentServices

Resources and Strategies for Identifying and Supporting English Learners with Learning Disabilities

Identify and Support English Learners Students with Learning Disabilities

Inconsistent identification of EL students with learning disabilities can hamper their academic achievement.

English learnersEquityNew YorkResearch and evaluationResourceSchools and districts

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New York School Superintendents Learn Improvement Science

How can leaders best develop, implement, and measure the impact of improvement initiatives?

EventNew YorkNYProfessional developmentSchools and districtsSuperintendentsTeachers and leaders