We work with clients to conceptualize, draft, edit, and publish a range of print and media products.

National Institute for Literacy
In consultation with reading experts, RMC created products for parents seeking to help their children learn to read, including Put Reading First: Helping Your Child Learn to Read--A Parent Guide, La Lectura es lo Primero: Como Ayudar a Su Hijo a Aprender a Leer, A Child Becomes a Reader: Proven Ideas for Parents from Research, Dad's Playbook, the Shining Stars K - 3 and preschool series, and Big Dreams.

Achieving Graduation: New York Benchmark High Schools
Report on RMC's 2007-2008 pilot study of five high schools with low student dropout rates, including research framework, case studies, summaries of practices by research theme, an annotated bibliography, and a self-assessment tool.

Center on Instruction
An extensive library of research-based resources on reading, mathematics, science, special education, and education for English language learners. Most frequently downloaded resources include Academic Literacy Instruction for Adolescents, Practical Guidelines for the Education of English Language Learners, and Extensive Reading Interventions in Grades K-3: From Research to Practice.

Administrator's Guide to Parent Education Profiles (PEP) and PEP Scales
Informs the use of the PEP scales to assess parents' support for children's language development.
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Parent Education Profile Book and CD Revised Sep. 2006 (sold as set only)

$30
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Parent Education Profile Posters 19"x25" of Scales I-IV (Oct 2003 version)

Poster Sets
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Communicating Value: Re-Framing Arts and Culture Data
This 2008 report describes an inquiry into how professionals in planning and economic development understand and use arts and cultural data.

Elements of Reading
Illustrated haikus about key components of reading. Nine posters, suitable for framing.

$20
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Even Start Guide to Quality
Details the many considerations effective programs must attend to.

Guide to Local Evaluations of EvenStart Family Literacy Programs
A comprehensive framework for conducting local EvenStart evaluations, from key concepts to reporting and using findings.
Download Chapters 1-3
Download Chapters 4-6
Download Chapters 7-9
Download Chapters 10-12 and Glossary

Making Meaningful Changes in Program Design
Training in research-based improved literacy for preschool children.
Order videotape or DVD plus CD training set: $60

Using Research and Reason in Education: How Teachers Can Use Scientifically Based Research to Make Curricular and Instructional Decisions By Paula Stanovich and Keith Stanovich, this 2003 publication is a clear and concise description of the educational use of scientific method, with examples of instructional practice.

Leadership in Complex Environments
This 2005 monograph analyzed state and district responses to NCLB, specifically to initiatives aimed at improving low-performing schools.

Where's the Evidence?: The Arts and Civic Engagement Impact Initiative
This presentation offers a framework and strategy for gathering evaluative evidence of the impact of arts and civic engagement projects.

Very Special Arts Study: Using the Arts to Help Special Education Students Meet Their Learning Goals
The report presents findings from an exploratory study of models for using the arts to enhance educational access and opportunity for students with special needs.

The Manchester Public Schools: Resilience and Promise in Times of Challenge
An RMC study of public perceptions of public schools in Manchester, NH.

AfterSchool Learning: 2008 Report on Academically Focused AfterSchool Programs in New Hampshire
This study of academically focused programs found that regular attendance enhances learning skills and school success.

Promising Literacy Instruction Practice for Elementary School English Language Learners in Two Districts
This case study features two successful urban districts engaged in promising practices that have benefited K - 3 English language learners academically.