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Register Now! CSEE's 12th Annual Summer Institute
The institute will have a dual focus: promoting school climate reform efforts and effective bully prevention/pro-upstander behavior. During the 3-day event, school teams and individuals will: [read more ]
4 Steps to Reengaging Disengaged Students
Over the last 50 years, psychological scholarship has brought renewed attention to motivation as a central concept in understanding learning and attention problems and student disengagement from classroom learning. With specific respect to working with disengaged students, there are 4 strategies we recommend: [read more ]
Lessons From the Field: Conflict Resolution at Work
Through discussion and exercises with after-school leaders from Good Shepherds, I learned a lot about what inspires today's youth and the factors that derail learning. Here are 3 guidelines for engaging, affecting and invigorating disaffected youth: [read more]
1 in 4 students feels unsafe in school.
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Resources: Student Engagement
Explore these useful articles, books and web resources culled from experts from the field. All are designed to promote student engagement. [read more ]
Funding Support: Small Initiatives with Big Potential
With shrinking budgets and tough times ahead, many school principals are reluctant to use valuable financial resources to support programs that, in the long run, can have a significant impact in student learning and achievement. So, how can you find support for your projects? [read more ]
Communing for a Cause
In January, CSEE supporters, board members and staff gathered together in the regal dining hall of New York's Spence School for our annual fundraising event, Bully Buster 2009. Thanks to your support the event was a huge success. You can still make a difference-visit us online to bid on exciting auction items such as cruises and internships! [ read more]
Share Your ExperienceWhat activities do you use to
engage disaffected students?
National School Board Association: The Future of School Climate
CSEE's President Jonathan Cohen recently moderate a panel discussion with the NSBA on the current state and future plans of school climate reform. To learn more about this pivotal event and download the full presentation, visit our blog.
FAQ's about School Climate
What is school climate? Why is it important? Why measure school climate? Use these FAQ's to better explain school climate measurement and improvement to your community. [ read more]
Schools in Action
Watch Castle Hill's anti-bullying and PBIS videos, and read about Greece Central School District's positive youth development projects. Also grab the featured free service learning program designed to promote literacy and character development. [ read more]
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