Universal Design for Learning in In-person, Hybrid, and Distance Learning Environments

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a research-based framework that will help you identify and address barriers to learning based on the content and context of the learning. Through UDL, you can set clear, challenging, […]

Resilient, Adaptive, Hopeful Leaders Who Thrive

No one could have predicted that 2020 would have shaped up to be a year of uncertainty, hopelessness, and sadness. Yet, for many students, teachers, and leaders, dreams vanished, learning shifted, and education was fundamentally […]

CCEE Connection (June 2021)

Arts education provides an opportunity to engage students in meaningful learning opportunities that unlock their creativity and passion, support their social-emotional well-being, and positively impact student achievement. With partner contributions from Turnaround Arts CA and the [...]

Creating and Connecting: The Arts are Essential to Reopening Schools

Authors Malissa Shriver, Co-founder & Board Chair, Turnaround Arts CA Barbara Palley, Director of Program and Strategy, Turnaround Arts CA The arts create the pathways to healing and learning that students from communities greatly impacted by [...]

Summer of Creative Possibilities Through Arts Learning

Author Kristine Alexander, Executive Director, The California Arts Project Students, educators, and families alike wish for this summer to be filled with memory-making, joyful arts experiences that offer the foundation needed to reengage students and prepare [...]

Achieving Equity and Excellence

This three-part series outlines how educational leaders can empower students, teachers, and administrators to make dramatic improvements in student learning, behavior, and attendance. In these sessions, participants will learn about the core competencies of “Equity […]

Fearless Schools

The global pandemic has left in its wake traumatized students, families, and educators and fear has been the dominant emotion. The essence of fearless schools is the building of psychologically safe environments where students and […]

Summer Program Marketing, Enrollment, and Engagement

Summer attendance and outreach is always difficult, especially among underserved students, and is likely to be even more challenging after a year of distance learning. Districts, schools, and their community partners need to creatively and […]

Compassionate Systems with Dr. Michelle Perrenoud

We close our two-part series on systems change through the creation of compassionate systems with Dr. Michelle Perrenoud from Los Angeles County Office of Education. Dr. Perrenoud shares the importance of personal change and the […]

Summer Game Plan Series

This summer is more important than ever to help students begin to recover from the learning loss, isolation, and trauma of the past year. Designed for K-12 administrators, educators, and community partners, the Summer Game […]
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