Aids to encourage and support building systems of community schools by distilling key lessons and recommending actions based on successful practice. Houses a plethora of reports and guides, as well as tool kits which can be used to plan, implement, and sustain community schools strategies.
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Houses a plethora of resources such as assessment tools, an organizational matrix sample, 10 Critical Factors which can be utilized for advancing school mental health. Developed as part of a CDC-funded project completed in collaboration with the National Assembly on School Based Health Care.
Highlights the effort to recognize shared experiences in creating learning partnerships across stakeholders who work in the same landscape of practice. This blueprint builds on what partners have learned from their own experiences as participants, collaborators, and leaders with emphasis on relationships as a strategic investment.
Aids in planning policy initiatives by posing important considerations and questions designed to help make key decisions, design effective strategies, and identify next steps in a comprehensive action plan to promote new or revised internal policies.
Examines and identifies ways to learn more about and heighten awareness of effective approaches that strengthen leadership for change and improvement in schools and districts.
Provides resources on e-learning activities that involve case examples from real-life information sharing scenarios.
Provides guidance to jurisdictions that want to improve their information and data sharing practices in the handling of juveniles and improve the outcomes for those youths.
Provides a toolkit guide to using social media to improve the reach of health messages, increase access to content, further participation with audiences and advance transparency to improve health communication efforts.
Houses a collection of materials created for the health care professional working with military families with very young children who may be experiencing significant deployment related challenges. These challenges can affect the health and wellbeing of the children in the health professional’s care. These resources help health care professionals to determine what a family’s needs are, and resources to provide to families coping with deployment, reunification, injury, or the loss of a parent.
Provides an introduction to and list of resources intended to enhance the ability of health care professionals to care for military families, as well as to share additional resources in a manner that hopefully will be easily integrated into their daily practice.