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Give Michigan Students a Helping Hand

For decades, schools have offered a curriculum that goes beyond core academics to provide an education that supports the whole child. With student mental health concerns at an all-time high, it's more important now than ever to ensure that work continues.

Learning life and social skills at school is as important as academics. This concept — known as the ‘whole-child’ approach to education — prioritizes the full scope of a child’s developmental needs to ensure they reach their full potential.

Free of cost, Michigan schools can expand their mental health & wellness curriculum with 1,300 customizable and scaffolded lessons that address a wide variety of challenges that K-12 students encounter daily. Get started today by filling out a simple form!

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Whole-Child Safety Takes a Whole Community – We're Proud to Be Part of Yours

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See the Gamified Curriculum in Action!

Math, science, reading and writing are foundational to children's educational development, but to truly thrive and succeed, they need more. Courses designed to enhance their abilities to communicate with and understand one another help students become more well-rounded and emotionally prepared for adulthood.

Navigate360 and Michigan Virtual have partnered together to enable more Michigan schools to implement state-funded social-emotional learning and mental health resources through Michigan Cares.

Students are struggling. Let's do something about it.


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Schools across Michigan already using Michigan Cares


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