This blog is a grantee spotlight on how a Boston area Promise Initiative uses data to promote academic success and to fight homelessness.
This webinar shares best practices and effective strategies used by Promise Neighborhoods to promote age-appropriate functioning of young children. The purpose is to provide skills, knowledge, resources to community leaders and PNs that focus on GPRA 2.
This resource shares a tool with promising practices for PNs to approach PN results and indicators, and description of efforts required to build the competencies required for better results and scaled results over time. Includes highlights of PN sites regarding different PN indicators
This webinar shares best practices to promote age-appropriate functioning of young children. Aims to equip PNs and community leaders with the knowledge, tools, and resources to serve GPRA 2
This webinar highlights professional development programs in PNs to promote the academic achievement of low income children of color, focusing on black boys and men. It spotlights the Northside Achievement Zone's work and partnerships.
this webinar is a community of practice discussion for PNs on school readiness. Hosted by PNI and ZERO TO THREE.
This webinar is a spotlight on Hayward PN in building cohesive systems to coordinate services to ensure children enter kindergarten with readiness for school. It is hosted in collaboration between PNI and ZERO TO THREE.
This webinar provides best practices to improve academic proficiency rates in PN communities (GPRA 4). It asserts that academic achievement is vital to youth educational attainment and economic well-being.
This webinar describes the impact of traumatic events on students' learning and trauma-informed strategies to improve academic and attendance outcomes for students living in PNs. Addresses issue of chronic absenteeism and lower academic proficiency of students in underserved communities
This webinar describes the importance of parent engagement in achieving and sustaining PN results. It provides strategies to ensure parents read to their children, prep them for college and career success, and have the skills to contribute to the college to career continuum.