Together We Power the Potential of All Learners
RethinkEd’s innovative solutions create healthy school climates, promote a greater awareness and understanding of mental health and wellness, and empower educators with training and instructional tools that drive whole school success.
Let’s Make a Difference Together
Promote and support the social emotional, mental, and behavioral wellness of your students, families, staff, and educators.
Optimize and standardize interventions for every tier of learner across academics, social emotional skills, and behavior.
Improve engagement, increase retention, and empower educators to reach their goals with training and support through on demand, self-paced courses that put their learning first.
Powerful Education Solutions. Professional Training Programs.
There’s a RethinkEd solution for every educational challenge—from on-demand professional development, to fast digital data management, active learning strategies and streamlined IEP goal writing. RethinkEd can effortlessly scale and adapt to your school or district’s unique needs.
What People Are Saying
Teaching Wellness skills in middle school is very important for preparing students for high school, and in high school for preparing students for adult life, and that it has even helped (me) as an adult. It helps my son deal with emotions, academics, and challenges in college and his career, hopefully when he continues with college and career, he can continue on with that same attitude.
Parent of a Clayton County Schools High School Student
Having Rethink curriculum in our schools gives us the ability to lay that foundation for our students that provides a safe and secure environment, builds resilience, and helps us to build prosocial behaviors that we know our students need.
Everything that we needed, they held our hand. And they still hold our hand. Whether it be a report or data I need for my board members, they are always readily available to meet all the needs. I will say, this has been a lifesaver.
Dr. Roberta Scott
Director of Social and Emotional Learning at Houston ISD