The National Partnership for Student Success is a public-private partnership between the Biden-Harris Administration – led by the Department of Education and AmeriCorps – and leading national education and youth-serving organizations.
The NPSS Hub
The NPSS Hub at the Johns Hopkins Everyone Graduates Center is a cross-sector connector focused on helping national, state, and local efforts that bring evidence-based student supports where they’re needed most. The Hub ties together school districts, state and local education agencies and collaboratives, federal agencies, philanthropy, and national and community organizations. It supports increasing access to and implementation of student support programs and promotes the identification and strengthening of community-based hubs. It supports programs’ effectiveness by providing technical assistance and conducting research. And, it helps recruit AmeriCorps members and volunteers to the effort. The NPSS Hub:
Supports District & AmeriCorps National Service / Volunteer Connections
Organizes convenings to deepen understanding of high-impact NPSS roles among districts and providers of student supports and facilitates connections between these organizations.
Provides Technical Assistance to State & Local Efforts
Offers technical assistance and guidance to state and local efforts to expand, improve or create their own partnerships for student success, and connect these efforts to support.
Increases People-Powered Student Supports
Works collectively to increase the supply of people implementing student supports via both national recruitment efforts and identifying and working with government to remove barriers.
Develops Standards of Quality
Develop and disseminate voluntary quality standards for programs partnering with schools and identify programs that meet those standards as quality options for school partnerships; Provide guidance and technical assistance for aspiring programs that are not yet meeting this quality bar.
Conducts Research & Consults on Effectiveness of the NPSS
Provide guidance on the application of the latest research-based understanding of holistic student development; Document the growth and impact of the NPSS.
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