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Partnerships and Research

  • 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 Regional Information Centers (RICs) and school districts and has designated five of these entities as Level 1 Centers: 
      • Consortium of 10 RICs –  
        • Website: www.eteachny.org 
        • Twitter: @eteachny 
        • 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) 
      • 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.