Infographics from REL Pacific

Optimizing Education Data Systems

This infographic depicts key actions and elements in creating and maintaining an optimized data system in education. Guidance from the Data Quality Campaign’s 10 Actions to Ensure Effective Data Use and 10 Essential Elements of a Statewide Longitudinal Data System are included, as well as the Institute for Education Science’s Five Steps for Structuring Data-Informed Conversations and Action in Education, the U.S. Department of Education’s Life Cycle of Data, and readings on formative and summative data. Each section contains a “hot” link that will take viewers to web pages that elaborate on the subjects in greater depth. Use this infographic to better visualize key concepts in data optimization, or present the graphic as a teaching tool in workshops and professional development trainings.

Getting to Know Education in the Pacific Region

This infographic illustrates a handful of statistics from each entity REL Pacific serves: the Federated States of Micronesia, the Marshall Islands, Palau, Hawaii, Guam, American Samoa, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands. Find out the student-to-teacher ratios, official languages and languages of instruction, ethnicities, and number of schools. The information included in this infographic has been gathered from these resources. Although we have taken care to use the most reliable sources of data available, please note that some regional statistics are not easily accessed within the region, or may have changed since this infographic was created.

REL Pacific Research Alliances, Priority Areas, and Projects

View this infographic to find out the mission of the REL program, the broad priority areas of the research alliances served by REL Pacific, and the active projects under each priority area.

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