ESSA │School Climate and Safety
Many factors affect school climate and safety, determining the conditions for learning and teaching. By managing engagement, safety, and a supportive learning environment properly, schools at all levels can grow stronger. While there are many challenges to improving conditions for learning, we know that this can lead to student success.
AIR has developed toolkits and resources to support educators in their efforts to transform school climate and improve safety in our nation’s schools. As states consider how they will use Title IV, Part A or other program funding to improve school conditions for student learning, including activities that create safe, healthy, and affirming school environments inclusive of all students, explore the range of resources available from the National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments operated by AIR.
AIR Centers with Related Content
AIR operates a number of national, regional, and state centers that produce publicly available resources. The centers that have a specific focus on school climate and safety are as follows: