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Realizing the Potential of All English Learners Is Keynote Topic At First NYSED Conference

Aída Walqui presents keynote and leads sessions at First Annual English Language Learners/Multilingual Learners Literacy Conference in New York. Read More

Interpreting Leadership Data to Improve Teaching and Learning in New York


New York educators share how a leadership assessment system helped a New York school and District assess leadership practices at the Fall NYS Council of School Superintendents conference. Read More

Performance Tasks and College- and Career-Readiness Standards: Register for Webinar

Learn how performance tasks can improve the teaching and learning of new standards. Wednesday, November 16. Read More

Universal Design for Learning — Planning Instruction for All Students: Webinar

Learn how to use Universal Design for Learning to address learning barriers. Webinar, Wednesday, October 19.Read More

Preschool Teachers’ Implicit Bias Impacts Black Boys Most, Study Says

WestEd in the News

Study shows that Black boys are more likely to get suspended or expelled from preschool than other children.Read More

WestEd and NewSchools Venture Fund Win Small Business Administration Funding for EdTech Growth Accelerator

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New SBA funding enables more knowledge- and resource-sharing and guidance on edtech data use. Read More

Toward Widespread Improvement of Literacy in Secondary Schools

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Read about scaling up Reading Apprenticeship professional learning for improving literacy in secondary schools.Read More

The Wonk’s Guide to What Works, and What Doesn’t, When Policing Violent Crime

WestEd in the News

Read about evidence-based strategies for addressing the violent crime epidemic, and a focus on proven solutions. Read More

Relationship-Based Infant-Toddler Care Practices: Download New Resource

Learn the importance of relationship-based infant and toddler care.Read More

Congressional Briefing on Violence and Violence Prevention: National Experts Gather in Washington, DC

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What does the best research say about the problem of violence and how to prevent it? Experts address the question.Read More