VIDEO: Lessons from School District Leaders—Transforming School Climate Through Restorative Practices and Social Emotional Strategies
Friday, May 17, 2019
In Missouri, the School District of University City Board of Education recently passed a landmark Board resolution to “Humanize School Climate Through Restorative Practices and Social Emotional Learning.” The Board resolution details practices, timelines and goals to enhance and uplift relationships for all members of the District community and give students a voice and a greater sense of inclusion and empowerment to shape their community for the better.
Join two School District of University City leaders – Gary Spiller, executive director of the Office of Student Support and Innovative Services, and Nancy Cambria, director of communications – as they discuss the district’s use of social-emotional practices, prioritization of youth voice, and its emphasis on supporting the health and well-being of all children.
The 5 Promises represent conditions children need to achieve adult success. The collective work of the Alliance involves keeping these promises to America’s youth. This article relates to the promises highlighted below:
These six platform areas are based on the collective experience and expertise of individuals at organizations engaged with young people across the country, the experience of young people themselves, and our own research. The platform areas are a statement of best practice – they are what has been demonstrated to work to improve graduation outcomes for young people.:
The following grants and funding opportunities are currently accepting applicants. These grants each relate to our Five Promises. If you have questions about these opportunities, please follow the links provided in each item.
In the hot seat today: Tim Finchem, the retired third commissioner of the PGA TOUR, whose contributions to the PGA TOUR, its tournaments and players, and the broader world of golf catalyzed a remarkable commitment to the positive development of children and youth
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This inspiring 21 percentage point increase in young people earning a diploma did not happen in a vacuum.
Last month, we publicly launched the YES Project with a panel at ASU + GSV that focused on the power of connection and how the business community, educators, policymakers, and philanthropists can help link youth to new opportunities.