Check out six resources designed to help early childhood professionals promote healthy development and equitable learning for the whole child.
Rhode Island Department of Education: Partnering with WestEd to Ensure Student Readiness for High School and College
Through an innovative high school and college readiness program, the Rhode Island Department of Education is providing students with customized, high-quality online reading and math instruction.
The evidence-based Reading Apprenticeship program has helped thousands of educators around the country to improve students’ academic identity, engagement, subject-area knowledge, and disciplinary literacy.
WestEd's Reading Apprenticeship program has been awarded a grant from the U.S. Department of Education to improve subject-area literacy at the secondary level, working in partnership with rural districts in North Carolina.
Faced with the question, “How can we impact more secondary school students who are struggling readers?,” Washington County Public Schools decided to start small with cross-disciplinary literacy.
This REL West video shares tips for designing interactive read-alouds that support literacy development, extend understanding of language, and build comprehension skills.
Help students develop the literacy competencies, subject-area knowledge, and the learner dispositions they need to succeed.
Reading Apprenticeship moves the balance of talk and meaning-making from teacher to student, shifting who speaks in the classroom and who produces knowledge.
In this book excerpt, authors Heidi Andrade and WestEd's Margaret Heritage discuss the three key principles for effective implementation of formative assessment.