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Partnerships and Research

In order to facilitate the work of TRLE, NYSED has partnered with several educational organizations throughout the state.  

Level 1 Centers

The goal in Phase 1 of TRLE is to provide a rapid infusion of professional learning to educators throughout the state. To facilitate these experiences, NYSED has partnered with the state’s Level 1 Centers. These organizations will provide professional learning opportunities that all educators in NYS can participate in at no cost to them or their school/district. 

  • Consortium of 10 RICs –  
    • The Consortium is comprised of: 
      • NortheasternRegional Information Center (NERIC)-Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga BOCES (Capital Region BOCES) 
      • Suffolk RIC- Eastern Suffolk BOCES 
      • South Central RIC (SCRIC)- Broome-Delaware-Tioga BOCES (Broome-Tioga BOCES) 
      • Nassau RIC- Nassau BOCES 
      • Mohawk RIC(MORIC)- Madison-Oneida BOCES 
      • Monroe RIC- Monroe 1 BOCES 
      • Mid-Hudson/Ulster RIC (MHRIC)-Ulster BOCES 
      • Greater Southern Tier RIC (GSTRIC)- Schuyler-Steuben-Chemung-Tioga-Allegany BOCES (Greater Southern Tier BOCES) 
      • EduTechRIC (EduTech)- Ontario-Seneca-Yates-Cayuga-Wayne BOCES (Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES) 
      • Central NY RIC (CNYRIC)- Onondaga-Cortland-Madison BOCES (OCM BOCES) 
    • Twitter: @eteachny 
    • Website: www.eteachny.org 
    • Lower Hudson Regional Information Center (LHRIC) in partnership with Southern Westchester BOCES and in collaboration with members of our regional Joint Management Team (JMT) 
    • New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE) 
    • Western New York Regional Information Center (WNYRIC) in collaboration with Erie 2 Chautauqua-Cattaraugus BOCES, Orleans Niagara BOCES, and Cattaraugus Alleghany BOCES (Western Joint Management Team, JMT). 
    • Yonkers City School District - (YCSD) 
  • SUNY Stony Brook Center for Teaching and Learning in Community (CTLC) 
    • NYSED has partnered with CTLC to facilitate an ongoing evaluation of the TRLE program. 
    • CTLC will perform the following activities: 
      • Program evaluation and improvement – Through surveys, focus groups, and interviews, CTLC will gather data from various groups of stakeholders in order to inform the TRLE program and better serve educators and students. 
      • Action-research – CTLC will facilitate professional learning communities to develop problems of practice that will lead to the creation of a Quality Remote/Hybrid Teaching Framework and several professional learning experiences for educators in New York State.