TransformEd engages with educators to identify the priorities and assets of their community, set a strategy for supporting the whole child, and recommend corresponding measurement tools that are appropriate for their context.
TransformEd partners with educators to turn data into action plans, facilitate impactful professional development, and curate evidence-based resources related to whole child development.
TransformEd empowers educators to learn from and with their colleagues, engage in continuous improvement, and build the systems and structures needed to sustain their commitment to whole child development.
As we do this work, we draw from research, best practice, and the input of diverse stakeholders, then we apply and share broadly what we’re learning.
Transforming Education’s Funders & Partners Make Our Work Possible
What is MESH?
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.