A wave of noncognitive skill initiatives holds promise for making teachers more effective and students more successful. Includes a new response by Character Lab's Brittany Butler.
A financial literacy program created by the Charles Schwab Foundation and the Boys and Girls Clubs of America has reached a half million teens.
The relatively simple act of providing African girls with the money they need to stay in school has achieved significant results.
Teachers who help boost students’ test scores also have a notable impact on students’ long-term outcomes.
Soar: How Boys Learn, Succeed, and Develop Character is the story of the Eagle Academy and of the joys and challenges in educating and serving at-risk boys as they become young men.
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Single Stop USA provides low-income Americans with a convenient gateway to a wider range of services and benefits.
What happens when educators transplant successful practices from the charter sector to the public school system?
Philanthropic investment can close the funding gap between science research and the commercialization of science-based products.
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In one prominent effort to reinvent public schools, promise and performance don't necessarily match up.