A new study from REL Northwest provides districts with insights on students who need support early on to finish high school strong.
Early Identification of Students at Risk of Not Graduating on Time
We profile three Oregon schools that are changing their policy and practice to keep students in class and create an equitable learning environment.
Making Strides Toward Ending Discipline Disparities
View a short video highlighting what we do at Education Northwest and why we like working here
REL Northwest is one of 10 regional educational laboratories (RELs) across the nation dedicated to improving the use of research and data in policy and classroom practice.

6+1 Trait Writing for the Common Core State Standards Institute

student writing at her desk in a classroom

Learn to teach your students to meet rigorous Common Core expectations using our proven 6+1 Trait Writing model. If you are a teacher, coach, or administrator, register now for the June 15–18 6+1 CCSS Institute.Learn More

Upcoming Event

Helping Students Develop a Growth Mindset for Academic Success
May 28, 2015, 4–5 p.m. PDT - Webinar


Studies have shown that students’ belief in themselves as learners can have a positive impact on their ability to persist in their academic coursework when faced with challenges. Understanding that learning is a process and results from effort and seeking help can also contribute to academic success.