The School Climate Transformation Project (SCTP) team has recently published a research article titled "Supporting Systems-Level School Climate Improvement via a Data-Driven
Consultation Framework: A K-12 School-University Partnership." The article appears in the Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, as part of a special issue focused on "Educational and Psychological Consultation within Community-University Partnerships." The SCTP is a partnership between the Center for Applied Psychology, Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, and the New Jersey Department of Education.
The School Climate Transformation Project (SCTP) is an initiative designed to provide support to School Safety/School Climate Teams (SS/SCT) in K-12 New Jersey schools in developing a positive and inclusive school climate. SCTP consultants support school leadership teams in using the New Jersey School Climate Survey (NJSCS) to drive systems change to address school climate needs. Teams take part in SCTP training and customized consultations as part of an overall school climate improvement process that involves developing and implementing a data-driven School Climate Improvement Plan (SCIP).