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These resources cover important topics in educational assessment and are provided here to support the needs of educators and education policy makers, as well as the groups they serve. They have been selected by RMC’s senior advisor on educational assessment, Stuart Kahl. Dr. Kahl has extensive experience in both assessment and curriculum/instruction.


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RMC offers materials and resources on Mathematics and Science instruction and assessment that help educators improve academic outcomes for all students in the content areas of Mathematics and Science. We also offer general information on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) that will support the increase in the number of students pursuing STEM fields in their academic studies and careers and improve preparation for the next generation of engineers, scientists, mathematicians, and technicians.

RMC Research offers materials and resources on (a) effective instruction within a Response to Intervention framework and (b) implementation of the RTI framework at the state, district, and local levels.
Additionally, an RTI Classification Tool and Resource Locator (RTI CTRL) is available to conduct in-depth searches for resources pertaining to specific RTI topic areas and stages of RTI implementation at the school, district and state levels. This tool can be accessed by going to A self-assessment tool for use by states to determine their level of RTI implementation and a subsequent listing of recommended resources is also available at this site.

RMC Research offers materials and resources for English Language Learners that help educators improve academic outcomes for diverse learners and those diverse learners with learning disabilities.

RMC Research offers materials and resources to build educators' knowledge on instruction for students with disabilities, including guidance on the application of scientifically based research.

RMC Research offers evidence-based Early Learning resources to help educators and policymakers improve teaching and learning for all young children birth to age five. The materials are designed to facilitate children's cognitive, social-emotional, and physical development by providing instructional support in the content areas of emergent literacy, mathematics, and science. Materials also highlight early intervention for struggling learners and evidence-based instructional strategies for children who are learning English to support classroom diversity and differentiated instruction.