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Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast & Islands, 2021
The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) has developed state systems of monitoring and support for low-performing schools that include measuring schools on a Turnaround Practices and Indicators (TP&I) rubric focused on four turnaround practice areas. This Study Snapshot highlights key findings from a larger…
Descriptors: School Turnaround, Educational Indicators, School Effectiveness, Leadership
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Pan, J.; Walston, J.; Therriault, S. – Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast & Islands, 2021
The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education supports low-performing schools through a process that draws on qualitative and quantitative data from monitoring visits. The data are used to produce ratings for 26 turnaround indicators in four turnaround practice areas relating to school leadership, instructional practices,…
Descriptors: School Turnaround, Educational Indicators, School Effectiveness, Leadership
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Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast & Islands, 2021
These are the appendixes for the report, "Relationship between State Annual School Monitoring Indicators and Outcomes in Massachusetts Lowest Performing Schools." The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) has developed state systems of monitoring and support for low-performing schools that include…
Descriptors: School Turnaround, Educational Indicators, School Effectiveness, Leadership
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Shields, Katherine A.; Bailey, Jessica; Hanita, Makoto; Zhang, Xinxin – Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast & Islands, 2021
This study examined participation in accelerated college credit programs dual enrollment, concurrent enrollment, and Advanced Placement courses in Rhode Island high schools to understand their effects on educational attainment in the 2013/14 grade 9 cohort. The state, which has funded and promoted these opportunities for students to earn college…
Descriptors: Acceleration (Education), Dual Enrollment, Advanced Placement Programs, High School Students
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Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast & Islands, 2021
This Study Snapshot highlights key findings where the Rhode Island Department of Education, the Rhode Island Office of the Postsecondary Commissioner, and state legislators sought evidence of the effects of state-funded programs for students to earn college credit during high school. Using data on the 2013/14 statewide grade 9 cohort, this…
Descriptors: Acceleration (Education), Dual Enrollment, Advanced Placement Programs, High School Students
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Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast & Islands, 2021
The "The Effects of Accelerated College Credit Programs on Educational Attainment in Rhode Island" study examined participation in accelerated college credit programs dual enrollment, concurrent enrollment, and Advanced Placement courses in Rhode Island high schools to understand their effects on educational attainment in the 2013/14…
Descriptors: Acceleration (Education), Dual Enrollment, Advanced Placement Programs, High School Students
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Caven, Meg; Khanani, Noman; Zhang, Xinxin; Parker, Caroline E. – Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast & Islands, 2021
Staff turnover is a pressing problem in early childhood education. High turnover can create organizational instability and distract from the care and education mandate of early childhood education centers. The Early Childhood Workforce Development Research Alliance of the Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast & Islands wants to better…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood Teachers, Faculty Mobility, Teacher Salaries
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Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast & Islands, 2021
These are the appendixes for the report, "Center- and Program-Level Factors Associated with Turnover in the Early Childhood Education Workforce." Staff turnover is a pressing problem in early childhood education. High turnover can create organizational instability and distract from the care and education mandate of early childhood…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood Teachers, Faculty Mobility, Teacher Salaries
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Caven, M.; Khanani, N.; Zhang, X.; Parker, C. E. – Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast & Islands, 2021
Staff turnover is a pressing problem in early childhood education. High turnover can create organizational instability and distract from the care and education mandate of early childhood education centers. The Early Childhood Workforce Development Research Alliance of the Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast & Islands wants to better…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood Teachers, Faculty Mobility, Teacher Salaries
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Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast & Islands, 2021
Turnover in the early childhood educator workforce affects the quality of the early childhood education environment and has been linked to weakened language and social development. Turnover also influences school effectiveness, as the academic and financial costs of turnover for student learning and school budgets are considerable. To inform…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood Teachers, Faculty Mobility, Teacher Salaries
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Bailey, Jessica; Hanita, Makoto; Khanani, Noman; Zhang, Xinxin – Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast & Islands, 2021
This applied research methods report is a guide for state and local education agency policymakers and their analysts who are interested in studying teacher mobility and retention. This report provides the foundational information needed to answer policy-relevant research questions related to teacher mobility and retention and presents the decision…
Descriptors: Faculty Mobility, Teacher Persistence, Educational Research, Research Methodology
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Hanita, Makoto; Bailey, Jessica; Khanani, Noman; Zhang, Xinxin – Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast & Islands, 2021
This applied research methods report is a guide for state and local education agency policymakers and their analysts who are interested in studying teacher mobility and retention. This report is the second in a two-part set and builds on the foundational information in report 1. This report presents guidance on how to interpret differences in…
Descriptors: Faculty Mobility, Teacher Persistence, Educational Research, Research Methodology
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Cook, Kyle DeMeo; Irwin, Clare W.; Gallo, Audrey – Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast & Islands, 2020
The purpose of this study was to examine the enrollment patterns in Vermont's universal, mixed-delivery prekindergarten (preK) program and the child characteristics associated with the likelihood of being enrolled in different program types. This study describes the characteristics of children enrolled in universal preK programs in 2016/17, which…
Descriptors: Enrollment Rate, Preschool Education, Access to Education, Preschool Children
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DeMeo Cook, K.; Irwin, C. W.; Gallo, A. – Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast & Islands, 2020
Vermont passed universal prekindergarten (preK) legislation in 2014 (Act 166) in an effort to increase access to quality preK programs for all young children in the state. Act 166 provides state funded preK to all olds (and to 5 year olds who are not eligible for kindergarten). Families can enroll their children at no cost in any prequalified preK…
Descriptors: Enrollment Rate, Preschool Education, Access to Education, Preschool Children
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Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast & Islands, 2020
Vermont passed universal prekindergarten (preK) legislation in 2014 (Act 166) in an effort to increase access to high-quality preK programs for all young children in the state. Act 166 provides state-funded preK to all 3- and 4-year-olds (and to 5-year-olds who are not eligible for kindergarten). Families can enroll their children at no cost in…
Descriptors: Enrollment Rate, Preschool Education, Access to Education, Preschool Children
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