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Research shows that developing non-cognitive skills, such as resilience, decision-making, goal-setting, and time management, can be the difference in low-income students staying the course through to high school graduation and making positive professional decisions (This American Life podcast, 2012).



We help schools implement programs and initiatives that increase student motivation through non-cognitive skill development by doing the following:

  • Conducting teacher and parent seminars and workshops

  • Developing programs and initiatives for use in schools and other youth service organizations

  • Empowering schools to improve culture and climate through implementation and technical support

We desire to collect data where possible to improve our products and services as well as influence educational policy at the state and federal levels.

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