Supports initiatives that develop and equip diverse educators to provide effective, high-quality instruction to racially and economically diverse students; provide instruction and experiential learning opportunities for students facing wide achievement gaps that help them reach important academic milestones across key transition points (elementary to middle school, middle school to high school, and high school to postsecondary education or training); and promote positive, safe, and supportive schools where social-emotional learning, restorative practice, and trauma-informed approaches enable students and staff to achieve academic success and thrive (support for these activities is limited to focused work in Little Village and Englewood, as well as adjacent neighborhoods).