Unconditional Education Partnership
Seneca’s Unconditional Education (UE) model empowers the entire school community with the skills and resources required to implement a multi-tiered system of academic, behavioral, and social emotional supports, devoting time and resources toward creating a culture and climate that is engaging and responsive to the needs of all students and their families. A primary focus of the UE model is to increase the achievement of struggling students, including students with disabilities, within inclusive education settings. Unconditional Education is a modular approach that allows schools to identify key areas of internal capacity while leveraging the expertise of Seneca to help address identified gaps and create a truly comprehensive system of supports for all students, family, and staff.
UNCONDITIONAL EDUCATION MULTI-TIERED MODEL FOR INTERVENTION
|TO INCREASE THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING OF THE MOST STRUGGLING STUDENTS AT OUR PARTNER SCHOOLS.|
TO INCREASE THE EFFICIENCY OF PARTNER SCHOOLS IN DELIVERING EFFECTIVE INTERVENTIONS TO ALL STUDENTS THROUGH THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A MULTI-TIERED FRAMEWORK.
TRADITIONAL VS. UNCONDITIONAL EDUCATION
Key differences between traditional special education/mental health and the Unconditional Education model are summarized in the table below.
|Traditional Special Education||VS.
Multi-Tiered System of Intervention
Unconditional Education - Postcard
Unconditional Education - Executive Summary