View key takeaways and recommendations from a report published by EdRedesign By All Means member, Partnership for Resilience, which examines the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on students, families, teachers, and other school staff in partner districts in Illinois.
Paul Reville sends a message to educators, districts, and communities to leverage Success Planning, a personalized, relationship-based system of supports and opportunities to help each student thrive in and out of the classroom. By pairing each student with an adult Navigator, Success Plans are powerful tools to ensure that each student receives the personal attention and support they need to thrive.... Read more about Embrace Success Planning to Weather the Crisis
In this report, we investigate a wide range of education reform strategies through six cases, including British Columbia, England, Finland, Ontario, Rio de Janeiro, and Scotland, and describe specific and promising policies and practices related to braiding health and human services, personalized learning, and out-of-school learning.
Through our Success Plans research project, we examine how personalized plans-tangible tools for identifying children and youth's strengths, interests, and needs and matching them with tailored supports and opportunities-have the potential to reshape our education system.
Through our Success Plans research project, we examine how personalized plans, tangible tools for identifying children and youth's strengths, interests, and needs and matching them with tailored supports and opportunities, have the potential to reshape our education system.
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.
In Broader, Bolder, Better, authors Elaine Weiss, of the Broader, Bolder Approach to Education campaign, and Paul Reville, former Massachusetts secretary of education, make a compelling case for a fundamental change in the way we view education.