Making space for community collaboration helped Bassett High School in Los Angeles County focus on improving student outcomes through meaningful engagement and authentic relationships. Find out how they did it.
The Santa Clara County Office of Education wellness center offers drop-in calming spaces for students. The spaces feature student-driven self-regulation activities, targeted wellness and therapeutic groups, as well as individual counseling and crisis services. Learn about the center’s approach to wellness.
Authored by a multidisciplinary team, this working paper outlines ten essential factors for achieving significant improvement in cross-sector collaboration in California that can lead to better equity-driven behavioral health outcomes.
Leaders at the Enos Garcia Elementary School Council in Taos, New Mexico, collaborated with area businesses and nonprofit leaders to ensure local families had access to food, tutoring, and technology. Learn more about New Mexico’s community schools.
“Racial equity isn’t the lifting up of some students at the expense of others, but the work of thoughtfully setting up all students to reach their full social and academic potential,” says WestEd’s Ursula Wright. Learn six community-based strategies based on Wright’s more than 15 years of work leading transformative community change and sustained impact.