Building and maintaining safe supportive learning environments requires a collaborative effort among stakeholders inside and outside the classroom to be successful.  The stakeholders most directly associated with affecting student outcomes via positive school climates are:

In addition to featuring resources that can benefit each stakeholder above, the National Center for Safe Supportive Learning Environments Website also features resources specific to each role.  Role-specific resources are here to serve people in a respective role as well as those who train and support them.  

Institutions of higher education and their surrounding communities face a variety of unique challenges related to creating safe, supportive learning environments.  Please see the Higher Education microsite for resources for higher education presidents, administrators, faculty, staff, and stakeholders in the community.

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