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Improve Student Outcomes.

A greater sense of belonging results in improved academic outcomes including higher attendance, test scores and grades. Robin teaches students skills to cultivate healthy relationships with themselves, their peers and communities.

Robin is proven to improve belonging and well-being.

  • 37

    increase in healthy peer relationships

  • 22

    improvement in feeling connected at school

  • 17

    increase in self-confidence

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Tier 1 & 2 Curriculum

As part of a Multi-tiered system of support (MTSS), Robin teaches students skills including communication, self-confidence, self-management, resiliency, conflict resolution, good decision making, goal-setting, stress management, growth mindset and perspective-taking.

  • Trauma-informed, multilingual and culturally responsive, our curriculum features a diverse group of mental health coaches who introduce skills through personal experience and storytelling.
  • Created by educators, the interactive curriculum is plug and play, flexibly designed to be used in morning meeting, advisory, health, academic classes or small groups.
  • Our approach is metacognitive, encouraging students to think critically and practice applying skills to real-life situations.
  • The curriculum includes hundreds of interactive, grade-appropriate lessons and activities aligned with NHES, CASEL, ASCA, and Common Core ELA standards.

Feeling connected at school results in positive mental health and academic outcomes.

Sources: US Surgeon General Advisory 2023, Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 2022
  • Higher grades and test scores
  • Better school attendance
  • Higher graduation rates
  • Reduced risky behavior including violence, sex and substance abuse

Connection Diagnostic Assessment©

  • Providing valuable insights on student well-being and belonging, the Robin Connection Diagnostic Assessment© (CDA) measures the degree to which students feel connected to themselves and others.
  • Easy-to-administer, anonymous 20-question student survey.
  • Provides actionable insights and tailored learning plans as well as assessing progress and impact of programming.
  • Backed by body of evidence including studies by Dr. Ned Hallowell, Draper and Lee (2001) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

What Educators Are Saying.

“Robin is the only partner that focuses first on helping students build better relationships with themselves, their peers and teachers. They have helped us create an environment where everyone feels cared for and ready to learn.”

-Dr. Matthew Murphy
Superintendent, Ramsey School District

“These invaluable coaching sessions provided not only our students, but also our staff, with powerful coping tools that they can put to practice in their daily lives.”

-Assistant Principal
The Young Women's Leadership School of East Harlem

“To be honest, I went into this like it’s another thing to do and within a month I saw some amazing changes – like my kids respectfully talking to one another about how they feel without my help, and making better choices. I’m so glad we did this. It really made a difference.”

-Stephanie Butler
Teacher at Martin J. Gottlieb Day School

“The team is always available to meet, learn about the needs of our students and teachers, and come up with a realistic game plan. The Robin team has become an extended part of our school family.”

-School Counselor
Martin J. Gottlieb Day School

“The plus to Robin is that it adds the human touch. It encourages robust real-life discussions to help build relationships with students. Building trust with students is essential for success!”

Supes' Choice Judge

“Best PD I’ve ever attended. My glow was empty at the start. By the end, I filled it with things that are valuable but that I don’t realize I do or give myself credit for.”


“You guys are great!”

-Dr. Meisha Porter
Former Chancellor of New York City & CEO of Bronx Community Foundation

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