This resource describes the listening sessions and school visits ED facilitated with nearly 1,000 teachers, principals, superintendents, administrators, parents, and community representatives to gather feedback on the ESSA.
This archived recording presents a recent live discussion, facilitated by ED Assistant Secretary Michael Yudin, featuring the perspectives of youth, parent, and educator advocates working to promote school discipline reform.
This compendium provides brief descriptions of the more than 245 projects focused on social-behavioral competencies or outcomes developed or tested by researchers funded by NCER and NCSER between 2002 and 2013.
This website serves as a “one-stop-shop” of resources, training, and technical assistance to help school-justice partnerships implement positive school discipline reforms and reduce the school-to-juvenile justice pathway.
Schools for Hope is a free, research-based curriculum designed to equip students with the social and emotional learning tools for hope. The program focuses on depression and suicide prevention by providing multiple mental health tools and exercises. The website also provides additional depression resources for educators and families.