White House My Brothers Keeper Taskforce Issues 90 Day Report
June 3, 2014
New CCSR and Wallace Foundation Framework Defines What Young People Need to be Prepared for Success
June 24, 2015
How Children's Social Competence Impacts Their Well-Being in Adulthood
August 4, 2015
A 20-year retrospective study, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and published in the July 2015 issue of the American Journal of Public Health, suggests that kindergarten students who are more inclined to exhibit “social competence” traits—such sharing, cooperating, or helping other kids—may be more likely to attain higher education and well-paying jobs. Read more here.