TransformEd supports educators and education systems in equipping students with the Mindsets, Essential Skills, and Habits (MESH) they need to succeed in college, career, and life.
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We work closely with schools and school systems (i.e., districts, CMOs, and states) to help educators build the capacity to support students’ MESH development.
We partner with program providers and other youth-serving organizations to define their MESH-related goals and assess their impact on students’ MESH development.
We work with federal, state, and local policy leaders to synthesize research and identify opportunities to advance MESH in schools.
Cutting across all of our work, we share the latest on MESH-related research and practice through white papers, case studies, and other resources.
MESH – Mindsets, Essential Skills, and Habits – refers to the subset of intrapersonal and interpersonal mindsets and competencies that have shown to be: meaningful, measurable and malleable.
Examples of MESH include self-management, growth mindset, and social competence.