Who are we? Two organizations who care about young people. Our collective mission is to support educators to be self-reflective, passionate, and capable to walk alongside our students as they navigate their adolescence and education so they attain their social, emotional and academic potential.
The Association for Middle Level Education (AMLE) is committed to helping middle grades educators reach every student, grow professionally, and create great schools. They help all students ages 10 to 15 succeed as learners and make positive contributions to their communities and to the world.
Cultures of Dignity is an organization founded by educator, Rosalind Wiseman, that works with communities to shift the way we think about children and teen’s emotional and physical wellbeing.
We are working together to help people—students, teachers, families, and community members—to understand and engage in the academic, social, and emotional complexities of young adolescence and middle level education. We envision a school in which the educators are self-reflective, passionate, and capable to walk along-side our students as they navigate their adolescence and education so they can best reach their social, emotional and academic potential.
How to Work WITH Us
We are in partnership with the teachers who are implementing this program. Our onsite trainings are part of an overall strategy to develop relationships and support for teachers using the program. Including before the on-site trainings begin, during the trainings, and providing ongoing support and dialogue after the trainings.
Your Teachers and Partners: