NPSS Support Hub Resources
Ensuring our nation’s young people have what they need to thrive will require all of us.
Key Steps in Creating a State Partnership for Student Success
NPSS is working with state and local government agencies to design partnerships for student success that meet their locally determined needs.
Read more about the key initial steps in creating a state partnership for student success.
NPSS Support Hub District Partnership Toolkit
The NPSS Hub District Toolkit was created to assist districts as they consider where and how to bring more student supports to schools and demonstrate how the NPSS can help deliver these high-impact supports for students, especially students of color or students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds most impacted by the pandemic.
NPSS: A Call to Action, Information & Resources
The following document highlights the goals of the National Partnership for Student Success, information on the NPSS Higher Education Coalition, along with resources and support from the U.S. Department of Education and the NPSS Support Hub.
NPSS Voluntary Quality Standards
With this shared vision of quality, the NPSS aims to advance and build upon the field’s commitment to expand quality programming in a way that is flexible and aligned with each community’s needs and chosen approach to pandemic recovery and program implementation.
Building Educator Pipelines Through Service
NPSS supports national efforts to build and expand pipelines from service into education roles. Serving as a tutor, success coach, and other student support roles can be meaningful preservice learning opportunities for people entering careers in education or youth work.
Addressing Lost Instructional Time: Accelerating Learning and Thriving
Students, educators, schools, and communities have faced unprecedented challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Disruptions to school and life have contributed to widespread loss of instructional time, high rates of
chronic absenteeism, and worsening mental health challenges among young people. For low-income students, Black and Latinx youth, English learners, and students with disabilities, the pandemic has widened longstanding education inequities and opportunity gaps.
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Check out our comprehensive list of resources based on student support category.
Post-Secondary Transition Coaches
Support post-secondary exposure, college search and fit/match, college application creation, financial aid applications, and navigation of post-secondary transitions.
A form of teaching, one-on-one or in a small group, towards a specific goal. High-impact tutoring leads to months of additional learning gains for students by supplementing (but not replacing) students’ classroom experiences. High-impact tutoring responds to individual needs and complements students’ existing curriculum.
With training and support, facilitate a variety of youth development and enrichment experiences, help youth explore and affirm their identity, provide navigational support around school-to-work transitions, and buffer against adversity in-school, out of school, and over the summer.
Student Success Coaches
Form diverse teams in systemically under-resourced schools to partner with teachers to provide integrated, relationship-driven social, emotional, academic, and youth development supports to enhance student outcomes and create positive learning environments at the classroom and whole school level during and after the school day.
Wraparound/Integrated Student Support Coordinators
Enable schools to build strong connections and systems with community health, mental health, and social service providers. Coordinators put school climate plans and multi-tiered systems of support into action.
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The National Partnership for Student Success (NPSS) seeks to connect providers of student supports with other organizations working toward the same goals. As such, the NPSS Support Hub offers no-cost technical assistance to states, school districts, schools, and other public or nonprofit entities providing tutoring, mentoring, student success coaching, post-secondary transition coaching, and wraparound support coordination, including in the context of afterschool and summer programs.
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This website is developed and maintained by the Everyone Graduates Center at Johns Hopkins University for the National Partnership for Student Success.