Aligned and Coherent Communications to Serve the Whole Person: A Workbook for State Education Agencies
Strategic communications is important for building awareness, engagement, and commitment for serving children and youth. When this communication is bidirectional, it also creates avenues for state education agency (SEA) leaders to receive timely, honest feedback from stakeholders about the effectiveness of whole-person initiatives.
This guide is organized around six interrelated domains of alignment and coherence: Goals, Funding and Policies, Strategic Communications, Stakeholder Engagement, Capacity Building, and Data Use.
This Strategic Communications Workbook is designed to be used by SEA leaders as a companion to Serving the Whole Person: An Alignment and Coherence Guide for State Education Agencies in order to aid in the design and launch of their strategic communications efforts.
Preparing Students for Life Beyond the Classroom: Spotlighting Success in North Dakota: The benefits of social emotional learning (SEL) in two rural school districts
Using a mixed-method research approach, this case study examines outcomes in two rural North Dakota districts, which have successfully implemented strategies to scale whole-person initiatives.
This guide helps local education agency (LEA) leaders achieve greater alignment and coherence in their whole-person initiatives through an adaptable and guided process.
This guide helps SEA leaders achieve greater alignment and coherence in their whole-person initiatives through an adaptable and guided process.
- Serving the Whole Person: Guidance for Alignment and Coherence for State and Local Education AgenciesImprove the conditions of learning and development and advance equitable outcomes for children, youth, and families in your state or district through improved alignment and coherence of your whole-person initiatives.
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