We are currently exploring three key topics: cross-sector collaboration, data for impact, and personalized supports and services. Through our action research, we produce relevant reports, briefs, and tools to help guide policymakers and practitioners alike. We aim to build a body of deep knowledge and identify promising practices to inform the broader field and advance a new model of education.
Success Plans: Promising Tools for Customizing Student Supports and Opportunities
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. But such plans are largely underemployed in the education field. We launched the Success Plans project to learn how communities can harness this tool to ensure all children and youth grow and thrive.
EdRedesign has paired research with its support for communities in order to understand what elements enable and accelerate cross-sector collaboration, as well as what challenges impede it. The study includes interviews with key leaders and cabinet members in each community and a review of relevant documents and materials. This research culminated in two reports.
Building City-Wide Systems of Opportunity for Children