Category Archives: School Relationships

To what extent do students have the opportunity to develop relationships with teachers and educators?

Teaching Through Interactions Framework

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Expanding Access, Creating Options: How Linked Learning Pathways Can Mitigate Barriers to College and Career Access in Schools and Districts

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Personalization & Caring Relationships with Adults in Urban High Schools: Is There a Relationship with Academic Achievement?

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School Connectedness: Strategies for Increasing Protective Factors Among Youth

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Influence of Student-Teacher and Parent-Teacher Relationships on Lower Achieving Readers’ Engagement and Achievement in the Primary Grades

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In the Context of Risk: Supportive Adults and the School Engagement of Middle School Students

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Relationships Matter: Linking Teacher Support to Student Engagement and Achievement

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Why does this matter?

Positive adult role models and relationships can have a lasting impact on youth by increasing their trust and willingness to explore new topics, engaging them in their learning, and increasing their support system. Unfortunately, many under-served youth feel that teachers … Continue reading

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What are some possible ways to measure this indicator?

Students feel that teachers and other caring adults know and respond to their individualized academic and socio-emotional needs. Students have access to mentorship opportunities (within or outside of the school). Students feel that mentors work to increase their knowledge of … Continue reading

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