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What Our Clients Say

“We appreciate each opportunity to work with Resources for Learning. Their partnership and participatory approaches to evaluation have added new value to the initiatives that we have contracted for evaluation services. They are great thought partners and collaborators. When Resources for Learning is ‘on the job’ we feel like we have extended our own capacity to provide quality services to our members and clients.”

Stephanie Hirsch, Executive Director, Learning Forward

“Resources for Learning has provided the Special Projects team at Education Service Center Region 13 with many years of support for a variety of projects, including gifted/talented, college/career readiness, mathematics, fine arts, and Early College High School initiatives. Specific activities include website development and maintenance, content creation, materials development, and evaluative services. ESC 13 appreciates RFL’s ongoing expertise and partnership!”

Erin Romero, Associate Director: Special Projects and Advanced Academics,
Education Service Center Region 13

“Resources for Learning helped THSCA and Texas high school athletics programs take proactive steps to address the growing problem of relationship violence among high school students. It was important to us that the lessons and materials were research-based, easily used by our coaches, and connected with our student athletes. RFL delivered a high-quality program that will help Texas take a leadership role on this critical issue. They were outstanding partners and we give them our highest recommendation.”

D.W. Rutledge, Executive Director, Texas High School Coaches Association

“We were looking to launch a proactive bullying-prevention curriculum that brought our well-loved stories into classrooms using social and emotional learning and Resources for Learning was the right team for the job. RFL was responsive, flexible, and easy to work with from the start. They brought together a group of experts to advise on the development work, managed a team of curriculum developers, and had our materials ready in time for our ambitious production schedule. They went above and beyond to create a product we’re proud of and more importantly that teachers and students love.”

Rebecca Stulberger, Senior Director, Education Group, Chicken Soup for the Soul

“For two decades, CEDFA’s Texas Fine Arts Summit has impacted the lives of countless art, dance, music, and theatre educators and students. That would not be the case without our valued partner, RFL. From the beginning, RFL has shown a deep understanding of CEDFA’s unique mission: providing cutting edge professional development targeted to the specific needs of arts educators. From the themed design of the program and branding to curriculum created for the arts educators, the staff of RFL has shown the insight and expertise that is their hallmark. They are part of CEDFA’s fabric, and I could not fathom a Summit without them! Our relationship has gone beyond purely professional; they share our commitment and our calling.”

Kris G. Andrews, Executive Director, Center for Educator Development in Fine Arts (CEDFA)

What Our Clients Say

“We appreciate each opportunity to work with Resources for Learning. Their partnership and participatory approaches to evaluation have added new value to the initiatives that we have contracted for evaluation services. They are great thought partners and collaborators. When Resources for Learning is ‘on the job’ we feel like we have extended our own capacity to provide quality services to our members and clients.”

Stephanie Hirsch, Executive Director, Learning Forward

“Resources for Learning has provided the Special Projects team at Education Service Center Region 13 with many years of support for a variety of projects, including gifted/talented, college/career readiness, mathematics, fine arts, and Early College High School initiatives. Specific activities include website development and maintenance, content creation, materials development, and evaluative services. ESC 13 appreciates RFL’s ongoing expertise and partnership!”

Erin Romero, Associate Director: Special Projects and Advanced Academics,
Education Service Center Region 13

“Resources for Learning helped THSCA and Texas high school athletics programs take proactive steps to address the growing problem of relationship violence among high school students. It was important to us that the lessons and materials were research-based, easily used by our coaches, and connected with our student athletes. RFL delivered a high-quality program that will help Texas take a leadership role on this critical issue. They were outstanding partners and we give them our highest recommendation.”

D.W. Rutledge, Executive Director, Texas High School Coaches Association

“We were looking to launch a proactive bullying-prevention curriculum that brought our well-loved stories into classrooms using social and emotional learning and Resources for Learning was the right team for the job. RFL was responsive, flexible, and easy to work with from the start. They brought together a group of experts to advise on the development work, managed a team of curriculum developers, and had our materials ready in time for our ambitious production schedule. They went above and beyond to create a product we’re proud of and more importantly that teachers and students love.”

Rebecca Stulberger, Senior Director, Education Group, Chicken Soup for the Soul

“For two decades, CEDFA’s Texas Fine Arts Summit has impacted the lives of countless art, dance, music, and theatre educators and students. That would not be the case without our valued partner, RFL. From the beginning, RFL has shown a deep understanding of CEDFA’s unique mission: providing cutting edge professional development targeted to the specific needs of arts educators. From the themed design of the program and branding to curriculum created for the arts educators, the staff of RFL has shown the insight and expertise that is their hallmark. They are part of CEDFA’s fabric, and I could not fathom a Summit without them! Our relationship has gone beyond purely professional; they share our commitment and our calling.”

Kris G. Andrews, Executive Director, Center for Educator Development in Fine Arts (CEDFA)

What Our Clients Say

“We appreciate each opportunity to work with Resources for Learning. Their partnership and participatory approaches to evaluation have added new value to the initiatives that we have contracted for evaluation services. They are great thought partners and collaborators. When Resources for Learning is ‘on the job’ we feel like we have extended our own capacity to provide quality services to our members and clients.”

Stephanie Hirsch, Executive Director, Learning Forward

“Resources for Learning has provided the Special Projects team at Education Service Center Region 13 with many years of support for a variety of projects, including gifted/talented, college/career readiness, mathematics, fine arts, and Early College High School initiatives. Specific activities include website development and maintenance, content creation, materials development, and evaluative services. ESC 13 appreciates RFL’s ongoing expertise and partnership!”

Erin Romero, Associate Director: Special Projects and Advanced Academics,
Education Service Center Region 13

“Resources for Learning helped THSCA and Texas high school athletics programs take proactive steps to address the growing problem of relationship violence among high school students. It was important to us that the lessons and materials were research-based, easily used by our coaches, and connected with our student athletes. RFL delivered a high-quality program that will help Texas take a leadership role on this critical issue. They were outstanding partners and we give them our highest recommendation.”

D.W. Rutledge, Executive Director, Texas High School Coaches Association

“We were looking to launch a proactive bullying-prevention curriculum that brought our well-loved stories into classrooms using social and emotional learning and Resources for Learning was the right team for the job. RFL was responsive, flexible, and easy to work with from the start. They brought together a group of experts to advise on the development work, managed a team of curriculum developers, and had our materials ready in time for our ambitious production schedule. They went above and beyond to create a product we’re proud of and more importantly that teachers and students love.”

Rebecca Stulberger, Senior Director, Education Group, Chicken Soup for the Soul

“For two decades, CEDFA’s Texas Fine Arts Summit has impacted the lives of countless art, dance, music, and theatre educators and students. That would not be the case without our valued partner, RFL. From the beginning, RFL has shown a deep understanding of CEDFA’s unique mission: providing cutting edge professional development targeted to the specific needs of arts educators. From the themed design of the program and branding to curriculum created for the arts educators, the staff of RFL has shown the insight and expertise that is their hallmark. They are part of CEDFA’s fabric, and I could not fathom a Summit without them! Our relationship has gone beyond purely professional; they share our commitment and our calling.”

Kris G. Andrews, Executive Director, Center for Educator Development in Fine Arts (CEDFA)

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