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    Change at the Speed of Trust: Advancing Educational Opportunity Through Cross-Sector Collaboration in Louisville

    Change at the speed of trust thumbnail January 2019

    Written in partnership with the Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative, this case that applies a mayoral perspective to explore cross-sector collaboration, governance, and the changes in Louisville, KY that were made to help support children and families.

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    Collaborative Action in a Rural Setting: Insights from Resilient Southern Illinois

    Rural Case CoverJanuary 2021

    This case showcases the early efforts of Resilient Southern Illinois (Resilient SI), an initiative of the statewide nonprofit Partnership for Resilience, that brings together school leaders, teachers, students, families, and health care providers to coordinate strong systems of support for children affected by trauma.

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    Seizing the Moment for Transformative Change: A Framework for Personalized Student Success Planning

    sp report091721 thumbnailAugust 2021

    Building on our initial report Success Plans: Promising Tools for Customizing Student Supports and Opportunities, this new report sets out to achieve three goals: to share EdRedesign’s latest thinking, based on our research, about the key design elements of Success Planning;... Read more about Seizing the Moment for Transformative Change: A Framework for Personalized Student Success Planning

    Wise Investments in the Future: Cross-Sector Collaborations and Student Success Plans to Improve Child Well-being and School Success

    Wise Investments in the FutureSeptember 2021

    Our new policy brief, written in partnership with The Aspen Institute's Education & Society Program, provides examples of communities who are building new systems of education and child development that are more personalized, reduce fragmentation, and build cradle-to-career support systems in communities across the U.S.... Read more about Wise Investments in the Future: Cross-Sector Collaborations and Student Success Plans to Improve Child Well-being and School Success

    Reimagining Educational Equity through Collaborative Action: A Profile of the Poughkeepsie Children’s Cabinet

    Poughkeepsie Case StudyAugust 2021

    Our new case study examines the origins of the Poughkeepsie Children's Cabinet and its ambitious collective impact agenda focusing on early childhood, integrated health and human services, out-of-school learning, and college, career, and civic readiness. View this short video summarizing the case.... Read more about Reimagining Educational Equity through Collaborative Action: A Profile of the Poughkeepsie Children’s Cabinet

    Community Spotlight: Poughkeepsie's Children's Cabinet

    Poughkeepsie case videoThis short video, an appendage to our Poughkeepsie case, summarizes the Cabinet's ambitious collective impact agenda focusing on early childhood, integrated health and human services, out-of-school learning, and college, career, and civic readiness.

    Webinar: Success Planning for Every Child

    Success Planning webinar imageMay 2021

    This first webinar in a two-part series introduces EdRedesign's Success Planning framework and features guest speaker, Karen Pittman, co-founder, former CEO, and senior advisor at the Forum for Youth Investment.

    Ensuring All Eligible Families Receive the Expanded Child Tax Credit

    Child tax credit guideJuly 2021

    The new expanded Child Tax Credit (CTC) is an unprecedented effort by the federal government to reduce poverty and improve the lives of children by providing stabilizing financial support for families. However, two key groups eligible for the credit may face challenges receiving it: those who do not earn enough to file taxes and families with mixed-immigration status.... Read more about Ensuring All Eligible Families Receive the Expanded Child Tax Credit