This resource indirectly addresses the STPP by providing insight to the reader on how to design and implement a legislative advocacy campaign, keyed to specific legislative targets and goals to support and strengthen the organizer’s work. This resource also offers tools relevant to the Campaign Strategies (C3) and Solutions 4 Change (C4) categories such as toolkits for Creating and maintaining partnerships, Assessing community needs and resources, Increasing participation and membership, Building leadership, Analyzing problems and goals, Developing interventions, Influencing policy development, Enhancing cultural competence, Evaluating initiatives, Writing grant applications for funding, Implementing social marketing and finally Sustaining the work.
The Dignity in Schools Campaign (DSC) Model Code Comparison Tool presents communities with recommended language for alternatives to school pushout and zero-tolerance discipline practices. It highlights questions you can answer ... MORE
This May 2016 Huffington Post Blog from Eric Mann, Director of the Labor/Community Strategy Center, details the Strategy Center’s “ferocious uphill organizing” that removed military grade weapons from Los Angeles ... MORE
This report from the National Opportunity to Learn Campaign is a good resource for groups wanting to engage their school boards. The report offers strategies for campaigns to reduce suspensions ... MORE