This brief draws on the second year of the evaluation to understand the extent to which grantee programs are building toward financial sustainability within the context of their one-time funding sources. The findings outlined in this brief indicate that the financial sustainability of programs is a critical challenge to address.
Serving Non–Systems-Involved Transition-Age Youths Impacted by Human Trafficking: Multidisciplinary Teams and Client Services
WestEd evaluated two pilot programs in California focused on improving supports for youths who are victims of or at risk of human trafficking, especially the underserved NSITA youth population aged 14-24.
Learn how collaboration impacts the academic development of English language and multilingual learners.
What Are Social and Emotional Learning and Culturally Responsive and Sustaining Education — and What Do They Have to Do with Critical Race Theory? A Primer
Ensuring equity in education, whereby all student groups attain comparable positive outcomes, is an ongoing challenge for policymakers and practitioners. While there is no single
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This article explains a process through which teachers can scaffold students’ successful writing called the “Teaching and Learning Cycle" to best serve multilingual learners as well as English-proficient students.
In this paper, we review the status of states’ development of kindergarten readiness assessments (KRAs) and how states are using KRA data to profile skills at kindergarten entry, help track longitudinal progress, provide early warnings for needed intervention, and guide policy decisions.