Student Success Network

 is a community of practitioners working together to develop and deliver high-quality experiences that put students on a path to success in post-secondary, rewarding relationships, and fulfilling careers.

SSN members share a bold vision: that every student will have the social-emotional intelligence to succeed in life. Since launching in 2013, members have been refining a data-informed, relationship-driven approach to solving shared challenges and improving their practices so that more students receive the support they need and deserve.

SEL Measurement

Innovating best in class measurement approaches to drive improvement, not evaluation

Data-Driven Innovation

Developing, testing, and refining program improvement ideas that contribute to transformative experiences for students 

Communities of Practice

Creating diverse, equitable, and inclusive communities of practitioners sharing, adapting, and scaling SEL best practices

Altman Foundation | Student Success Network
Ford Foundation | Student Success Network
New York Community Trust | Student Success Network
Theodore Luce Charitable Trust | Student Success Network


Carnegie Corporation of New York | Student Success Network
I Dream A World Foundation | Student Success Network
Overdeck Family Foundation | Student Success Network
The Wallace Foundation | Student Success Network
Einhorn Family Charitable Trust | Student Success Network
The Jeffrey H. and Shari L. Aronson Family Foundation | Student Success Network
The Pinkerton Foundation | Student Success Network


Tweets by @SuccessNYC:

The people in schools are the ones who know best what education needs for students to succeed. Our #SEL #edresearch puts practitioners and youth in the driver's seat: #youthvoice #EdReform

We're planning for Attendance Awareness Month. How about you? Spring is a good time to recruit partners. See our list of Who Can Help in your school, community & gov't: #SchoolEveryDay @schoolnurses #Education

In her debut novel, author @zinziclemmons explores the uncertainty of belonging and the gravity of loss. #AspenLitPrize

A "Growth Mindset" involves an understanding that students can improve in areas of difficulty when given the right kind of support. How do you foster this in your classroom? Share your insight during our #MathMindsetChat on April 20 at 8:00 p.m. ET.

We're proud to represent #SocialEmotionalLearning in @educationweek's list of 8 important topics in #edresearch! Check out the others on EdWeek's blog: #SEL #SSNinnovates

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