Latest NSCC research on School Climate in AERA Review of Educational Research. [More info]
NSCC’s 2013 School Climate Practice Briefs for Implementation and Sustainability presents the latest in research and best practice for effective school climate reform from leading experts. [More info]
Podcast: How Can We Make Our Schools Safer?
Safety is and will always be a fundamental concern for schools...[More info]
Important new book Handbook of Prosocial Education
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WICKED and BullyBust are proud to announce the winners of the 2012 "For Good" video contest.Click here for more info.
School Climate Brief Read critiques from building, district, state and national educational leaders about the standards for effective school climate improvement. Download now
NSCC Pres. Jonathan Cohen Highlighted in Principal Leadership
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STAND UP to bullying with free resources from NSCC! Learn more about our bullying awareness campaign here.
School Climate Resource Questionnaire
In order to improve and create more effective resources, The National School Climate Center in partnership with the Character Education Partnership and the National Dropout Prevention Center/Network are invested in assessing and understanding educators' professional learning resources and needs in two ways:
- What policy resources, practice guidelines, best practices, tools and/or leadership training have you have found most helpful to support effective implementation efforts and/or to sustain school climate improvement efforts?
- What kinds of policy resources, practice guidelines, best practices, tools and/or leadership training do you believe will be most helpful to you to advance a policy agenda?
Please consider sharing your priorities by taking this 5-minute survey. We will report what we learn on www.schoolclimate.org (and if you decide to provide your email, we will send you the findings).
Click here to take the brief survey!Thank you in advance,
2013 Summer Institute
School Climate Resources