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A Framework for Safe and Successful Schools

National Association of School Psychologists, 2013. (PDF, 16 pp.)

This joint statement outlines evidence-based policies and practices for improving school safety and increasing access to mental health supports for children and youth. Efforts to improve school climate, safety, and learning are not separate endeavors and must be designed, funded, and implemented as a comprehensive school-wide approach.

Ready to Learn, Empowered to Teach: Guiding Principles for Effective Education

National Association of School Psychologists, 2008. (PDF, 10 pgs.)

This document advocates for meeting the needs of the whole child in order to ensure that students of all ages, even those struggling with barriers to learning, are truly ready and able to learn when they come to class. In addition, this document outlines education policy recommendations for the new administration.

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Fast, Free, Online: The ASCD School Improvement Tool

Designed for use in schools and districts, the free ASCD School Improvement Tool offers educators a comprehensive and completely online needs assessment.