We partner directly with SCHOOL systems to support educators & leaders in fosterING whole child development.

TransformEd is a nationally-recognized non-profit organization that partners with school systems and other education-focused organizations to support educators in fostering the development of the whole child so that all students, particularly those from underserved populations, can thrive. TransformEd works directly with district, CMO, school, and organization partners across the United States to integrate a whole child approach, while also producing open-source, evidence-based tools, resources, and guides for educators.

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Tending to Fallen Trees

By |August 10th, 2022|

In the year before the COVID-19 pandemic, two of my grandparents died, both of whom were pillars in different branches of my family. On the fourth yahrzeit of my grandfather’s death a couple of months ago, my stepmom shared Maya Angelou’s poem, When Great Trees Fall, in his memory. I had never heard of the poem before but have returned to it many times in the weeks since as I reflect on the losses, silences, and birth in myself, in our educational systems, and in our society over the past few years.

Newsletter

Honoring Our History, Looking Towards the Future

By |April 27th, 2022|

A MESSAGE FROM OUR FOUNDER Dear friends of TransformEd, I’m writing to share that this is my 10th and final year at TransformEd. When I began this journey, our work was just an idea, a side project incubated by another organization. Over the last decade, TransformEd has grown and evolved into an organization that has partnered with schools and systems serving over 1,000,000 students across more than 26 states. I’m proud of the work we have done in partnership with school and system leaders to make systems-level changes that foster the development of the whole child. We do this work because we believe it is crucial to take action in dismantling systemic barriers to realize a future in which all young people become thriving adults.

Resource

exSEL: SEL In A Time of Crisis & Uncertainty

Webinar/Video|March 24th, 2022

Addressing the idea of learning loss must go beyond the academic goals we set for students. After years of isolation, trauma, and inconsistency - students and educators across Massachusetts continue to feel the impact

We believe that the education system must change.

“The US education system is one of many structures in our nation that was designed in a way that upholds systemic racism and perpetuates the cycle of racial injustice. We believe that the system must change”

– Sara Krachman, Founder & Executive Director

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