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.
In the second webinar in our Success Planning two-part series, we present key elements that schools, districts, and communities must address when designing a system of navigators to support each child's individual needs and interests. View...
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
This video features a principal, teacher, and student who each reflect on the power of Success Planning, a personalized, relationship-based approach to supporting children and giving them the supports and opportunities they need to thrive.
During this Success Planning learning community session, we explored points of entry or expansion for personalized, relationship-based approaches. Through tangible examples of real schools and communities, we looked more closely at the components of our Success Planning... Read more about What are the Points of Entry for Success Planning?
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.
This brief one-pager explains the basic elements of Success Planning, how you can get started with Success Plans within your community or district, and the ways in which EdRedesign supports this personalized, relationship-based approaches to child development and education.