"We learned that this was the first time most of these young men had any sort of systematic approach to sexual health education." Find out about Healthy U, a first-of-its-kind teen pregnancy prevention program designed for young men in the juvenile justice system.
An overwhelming majority of community college students are assigned to remedial math courses to prepare them for college-level math. However, 80 percent of these students never complete a college-level math course and, thus, do not graduate.
Learn how Tacoma Community College students who enrolled in Carnegie Math Pathways’ Statway course conquered math anxiety and completed their degrees three times faster than their non-Statway peers.
Join WestEd for this 90-minute webinar, offered in collaboration with AASA, The School Superintendents Association, to hear renowned school safety experts from WestEd, the University of Virginia, and SIGMA Threat Management discuss the evidence base behind threat and school climate assessment models, and what school administrators and leaders can do to implement these evidence-based strategies systemwide to prevent school tragedies and incidents of violence.
This new protocol provides a detailed set of steps and resources to support teachers in professional learning communities (PLCs) working to implement next-generation classroom practices. Together teachers explore bite-sized innovations, discuss implementation strategies, and problem-solve difficult teaching situations.
A recent California budget proposal calls for creation of an online reporting tool for monitoring the progress of K–12 students — a move that, if done correctly, will transform the state’s education system. In this policy and practice brief, the LCFF Test Kitchen offers four recommendations for an innovative, user-centered design process.