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Measuring School Climate
Lower risk of poor grades, suspension, and absences were associated with higher perceptions of school safety, according to the latest ACT research.
Your High School Profile Report
Gain essential insights about students’ needs, interests, backgrounds, and abilities plus how to put these findings to use with the ACT High School Profile Report.
Improving School Climate by Involving Family and Community
Two-way communication with families is one way to address school climate and safety the effect it has on students.
Improving School Climate by Focusing on Equity
When students feel a bias against them it creates inequity and unsafe feelings. Increase equity to support a positive school climate.
“X Factor” for College Readiness: Economic and Cultural Makeup of Student Body
Disadvantaged schools have lower perceptions of safety, which is a major factor in school climate.
Improving School Climate by Revisiting Student Discipline
You are teaching a student something every time they’re disciplined. We need to restore discipline as instruction, first and foremost.
Improving School Climate by Tapping Student Voice & Leadership
Make students part of the process so they feel heard and respected. Ask them to be involved in the positive change you want to see.
Helping Underserved Students "Aim Higher"
Lifting barriers by holding students to higher standards.
School Safety and Climate Webinar
How to measure and address the factors related to school climate and safety and the effect it has on students.
ACAC and Reach Higher – College Signing Day
Watch this webinar to learn how to host and support a College Signing Day in your school or community.