Helping you CHART YOUR COURSE to equity, effectiveness and excellence!
Celebrating Wexford's 25 Years
Supporting innovative and evidence-based programs in over 20 states for educators, students and their families
Providing high-quality, customized services by our expert diverse staff to develop and improve programs and outcomes
Engaging in long-term partnerships of 5 to 25 years with schools, districts, regional agencies and universities
Collaborating with educational agencies and foundations to obtain over $300 Million of funding to support their programs
Wexford Institute is [art of Wexford Inc, a nonprofit educational agency founded in 1996.
We collaborate with educational agencies and foundations to increase:
What We Do
We collaborate with other agencies virtually and through blended approaches, using program development, evaluation and research, professional learning and family engagement to create high-quality evidence-based programs that support diverse learners, their families and educators, including:
African American/Black Learners
Children Living in Poverty
Homeless Children, Unaccompanied Minors, Foster Youth
Community Schools and Services
Our 4-Year Study of SEAL
An evaluation of the PK-3 implementation of SEAL in 12 California districts, conducted in collaboration with the Center for Equity for English Learners (CEEL) at Loyola Marymount University
A Guide for Supporting African American Learners
Produced by the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Division at the Los Angeles County Office of Education, along with other resources -- https://www.lacoe.edu/Curriculum-Instruction/Equity-Diversity-and-Inclusion
New in 2022
EL Master Plan
Leadership Team Virtual Professional Learning/Strategic Planning Process
We customize a professional learning/strategic development process for your district, to engage district and site leaders in creating and improving programs and outcomes. We work with you though a step by step process that includes piloting and coaching, to develop your English Learner and Emergent Bilinguals Master Plan
Community Schools Master Plan
Leadership Team Virtual Professional Development/Strategic Planning Process
Develop a Master Plan to create or enhance your district's Community Schools, to better support diverse learners and mitigate the learning losses and trauma experienced during the pandemic.
We provide evidence based and user-recommended resources, tools, programs and practices to support
schools and communities in creating peaceful environments for living and learning
programs that interrupt school practices that may lead to excluding children from school, physically or emotionally, lessen the likelihood of their negative involvement with law enforcement and future incarceration.