Classroom

AIP seeks to realize equitable schools through collaborative designs of school-based and community-centric social and emotional learning. 

WE BUILD. WE LEAD. WE CREATE. WE INNOVATE.

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WHY

Our WHY is simple, youth empowerment. We provide a platform for students to express their experience through models of capturing and implementing student voice.

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HOW

By engaging school leaders, community supports, and parents in real conversations around how to support students through our A.chieving S.uccess through E.ngagement Model or A.S.E

ASSESS THE EXPERIENCES 

LISTEN TO THE VOICES

PROVIDE TAILORED OPPORTUNITIES

ASSESED OVER

2,000

VOICES OF YOUTH

PROVIDED EQUITABLE FOCUS GROUPS ENSURING VOICES WERE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE DIVERSITY

Surveyed K-12 educators on AIP programs

90%

our inclusive design

96%

on our ability to train and utilize facilitators who are representative of the students we serve.

92%

on educators advocacy & recommendation of our designs to other districts.

98% satisfaction rate from building leadership & from student participants

“This is something not only for students to grow and become leaders but as individuals. Going through this program and learning different skills, different ways to teach, and how to lead a group of people is something that is useful not only in school but outside of it too.” South King County Middle School Principal

“My goal is to stay on the right path, finish school, hopefully go to a university, and you guys are helping me by being an advocate for me because I know I would always be able to go to AIP if I need help.” High School Leadership Development Participant

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