To improve student outcomes, States and districts across the country are implementing programmatic interventions or initiatives to improve school climate and address issues that affect conditions for learning (e.g., bullying, harassment, trauma, violence, substance abuse, and mental health issues).
The National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments (NCSSLE) currently provides training and technical assistance to States and districts doing just that via three sets of grantees funded by the U.S. Department of Education, including:
- Project Prevent (Cohort 2) (2019-2024)
- Trauma Recovery Demonstration (2019-2024)
- Mental Health Service Professional Demonstration (2019-2024)
In the past, NCSSLE provided training and technical assistance to other sets of grantees funded by the U.S. Department of Education, including:
- Safe Supportive Schools (2010-2014)
- Project Prevent (Cohort 1) (2014-2019)
- Promoting Student Resilience (2016-2018)
Simply click on the name of a grant program above to get more information on each, including amount of funding, a description of the grant program, a list of grantees, and other related information. The webpages for the older grant programs also include grantee highlights and informative reports and/or innovation spotlights that provide helpful examples and lessons learned to the field.
To feature the efforts of States and districts, including grantees, NCSSLE developed State Profiles for each State, highlighting current programs, data, and related activities. You can access the State profiles through the interactive map and dropdown menu below.
If you would like information about your State featured on a State Profile, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.