This brief provides strategies for making systems-level changes to promote learning and well-being among newcomer immigrant youth.
This brief provides strategies and resources to support educators in learning and implementing trauma-informed practices for newcomer immigrant youth
Learn about how we use culturally responsive and equitable evaluation approaches in our postsecondary research and evaluation work.
This paper describes an evaluation of Tacoma’s College Housing Assistance Program, an initiative designed to address housing insecurity and improve college performance and student well-being.
This guide outlines asset-based, culturally and linguistically responsive practices for engaging young immigrants and connecting them to education and career resources.
The National Center for Education Statistics asked students if they had enough to eat and a safe place to sleep and the data shows that students across the nation are enduring food and housing insecurity.
CTE and accelerated learning courses are associated with positive outcomes for students, including high school graduation, college enrollment, and college persistence.
To address the impacts of COVID, the Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction have provided resources to help implement high-quality, equity-focused, and culturally responsive education.
This presentation featured findings from the ECMC Foundation Basic Needs Initiative evaluation report. This report provides lessons for implementing comprehensive, student-centered basic needs services.
The ECMC Foundation launched the Basic Needs Initiative in fall 2019. Through the three-year initiative, a group of seven grantees will receive funding and support to build systemic, sustainable solutions for meeting college students’ basic needs.
Equitable learning environments support positive outcomes for students, educators, and entire school communities.
The report describes strategies to build better systems to support high school alternatives that empower young people to transform their lives and build momentum for their future.
The following resources for planning, designing, and implementing a youth mentoring program were developed by our National Mentoring Center project.
Many Native students do not receive the services they are entitled to, simply because they are not identified as Native when they enroll in school.
An infographic that offers strategies for educators to build their awareness of these cultural traditions and address the needs of this often-overlooked student population.