The Salem, Massachusetts school district has embraced a comprehensive and universal approach to family engagement that relies on all teaching staff to utilize the tools available to effectively communicate with families. This approach ensures each family has a point of contact who regularly reaches out to check in and ask if caregivers have what they need to engage in their child’s remote learning experience. The district is calling this role the Family Point Person. These four documents outline and clarify the purpose and process of the Family Point Person calls.
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.
This 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.
This short video, an appendage to our Chattanooga case, summarizes how the Children's Cabinet in Chattanooga-Hamilton County, TN came together to drive a collaborative, coordinated response to meet children's most acute needs during the pandemic
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?