Resource: Regional Education Labs

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Resource: Regional Education Labs

Oct 29, 2017

Resource: Regional Education Labs

This article is part of the guide The Personalized Learning Toolkit.

Ten Regional Educational Laboratories, supported by the federal Department of Education, include every U.S. state and territory; they work in partnership with school districts, state departments of education and others to provide support for a more evidence-reliant education system. They are working to bridge the worlds of education research and education practice. RELs top three activities are:

Available resources include: Videos, infographics, tools, research data and reports, as well as “Ask a REL,” a feature that functions like a technical reference library, providing references, referrals and brief responses.

RELs are a project under the Institute of Education Sciences (IES), the independent, non-partisan statistics, research and evaluation arm of the U.S. Department of Education.

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