REL Northeast and Islands



Research Alliances


Educator Evaluation: What We're Learning from Research!

This is a big week in the Boston area for educator evaluation research and practice. The Northeast Educator Effectiveness Research Alliance at REL Northeast & . . .

Early Childhood Data Use: It’s a Family Affair

Boston, MA — Because of the importance of the early childhood years in educational development, states, districts, and early childhood programs are increasingly . . .

Letter from the Director: New Research and Tools from REL Northeast & Islands

Since I last wrote in the spring, I am pleased to announce the publication of three new tools and a research study from REL Northeast & Islands. The Developing a . . .

REL Northeast & Islands Alliance Members, Researchers at Federal Education Statistics Meetings in Washington

I recently attended the National Forum on Education Statistics 2014 Summer Forum and NCES "STATS-DC" Data Conference in Washington DC, July 28–Aug. 1. The Forum . . .

Maine and New York Districts Use REL Workshops and Their Own Student Data to Catalyze School-Based Inquiry Teams

With a project as challenging as building and maintaining practitioners’ capacity to collect, review, and use student data in meaningful ways, a helping hand in the . . .

Setting an Education Research Agenda? Workshop Toolkit Guides Groups of Practitioners, Policymakers and Researchers to Collaborate

Boston, MA — REL Northeast & Islands at EDC has released a workshop toolkit and supporting materials to guide alliances of educators and researchers to work . . .

ECEA Data Working Group to Present at STATS-DC Data Conference

Early Childhood Education Research Alliance member Kathleen Paterson, consultant to Building Bright Futures, Vermont’s Early Childhood State Advisory Council, along . . .

REL Data Coaches Support Yonkers Teams Analyzing and Using Student Learning Data

For the past two years, REL Northeast & Islands coaches have been delivering customized data-use workshops to district and school-level audiences across the region. . . .