WHAT IS SUCCESS PLANNING?
New video introduces our Success Planning framework and explains how a personalized, relationship-driven approach can make a powerful difference in children's lives.
In a Time of Disruption, Schools Must Ensure Every Child is Known: Quick Resource Guide to Start a Navigator Program
This guide is intended to help school leaders implement a Navigator program as a first step in creating a comprehensive Success Planning system.
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10 GUIDING PRINCIPLES
Build a system of adult “navigators” who know students well and have the capacity to develop individualized plans and facilitate children’s access to supports
Eliminate systemic disparities that disproportionately affect students of color, low-income children, those with learning differences, and English learners
Empower children and youth to discover and pursue their academic and non-academic strengths and interests, set short- and long-term goals, and identify needs
Celebrate each child’s assets and use a customized approach to create a plan and identify individual strengths, interests, and needs
Connect with a wide array of academic, health, and other support services to meet the needs of children and youth from cradle to career
Establish clear strategies, processes, and structures for identifying and delivering supports and services to each child and youth both in and out of school
Provide coordinated, comprehensive services by creating a clear structure and establishing collaborative relationships with partner organizations across multiple sectors
Use feedback and data from multiple sources—such as students, families, and agencies—to regularly assess impact on multiple outcomes and enhance the quality of services provided
Use digital platforms that meet high standards of data security and protect student and family privacy
Identify long-term funding sources and create organizational structures to ensure consistent implementation over time