Educate and inspire your students with our free classroom tools and climate programs.
The School Climate Consortium (SCC) is an innovative national collaborative of youth-serving nonprofits, community-based organizations and local education agencies unified by a common guiding principle: positive school climate is essential to creating an environment in which youth learn and thrive.
Access free, standards-based curricula in English, Social Studies and Career Technology, aligned with The UNITY Lab's learning experiences. Combine these lessons with the interactivity of ULab for Teens or a visit to the UNITY Lab for the full experience. Of course, these lessons can also be used independently.
The Institute for Advancing Unity has a documented history of improving school climate in schools all over California. Our groundbreaking resources for school climate improvement help educators create safe, supportive learning environments to enhance student success.
With online versions of the UNITY Lab's educational experiences and a powerful set of tools for teachers and youth leaders, ULAB for Teens presents the UNITY Lab's engaging programs and accessible to its most critical audience.
Through our partnership with the Sacramento City Unified School District, the Institute is establishing a prototype Lab and linked learning studio at the George Washington Carver School of Arts and Science. The facility will be an integral part of the school’s digital arts studio and career-tech program. Our first completed learning tool, Express Yourself, is available there now. Visit the page to see a video of the tool in action.
Equip school policymakers with the knowledge they need. View and discuss research briefs, policy reports and program evaluations from the UNITY Lab and its partners.
The UNITY Lab's learning experiences have been designed through the collaboration of teachers, students, curriculum experts, exhibit designers, and media professionals. Learn more.
Currently under development, the Mobile UNITY Lab will extend transformative, unity-building experiences to students across the nation. Learn more about the Mobile Lab.
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