Produced in collaboration with the Partnership for Resilience (the Partnership), this report highlights early lessons from the Partnership's efforts to create school-health-community partnerships to foster and build the resilience of children living in Illinois.
This executive summary accompanies our report, which documents the progress of our By All Means communities in coordinating supports and opportunities to better serve children and identifies key factors affecting the long-term sustainability of collaborative systems.
This report documents the progress of our By All Means communities in coordinating supports and opportunities to better serve children, identifying key factors affecting the long-term sustainability of collaborative systems.
This overview accompanies our report, which explores initial lessons from our By All Means communities and examines what elements enable and accelerate cross-sector collaboration, as well as what challenges impede it.
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.
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.
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.