Thank you to the more than 1,000 people who have already submitted our survey on the state of American education today. We especially appreciate the many insightful and interesting comments respondents submitted with the survey, and we wanted to share some of them with you here. If you haven’t taken the survey yet, there is still […]
A recent survey showed that while teachers and administrators both believe school climate is important, their perspectives differed on how much was actually being done to improve students’ social and emotional growth.
A recent survey of 23,000 high school students conducted by the Josephson Institute garnered front page attention from USA Today this week and revealed some encouraging news on the youth of America.
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A recent survey by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development found that greater wealth doesn’t necessarily make for better education levels. What does improve education levels?
Josephson Institute has released the findings of its first-ever large-scale study of the relationship between high school attitudes and behavior and later adult conduct. The survey found that high school lying and cheating are significant predictors of lying and cheating across a wide range of adult situations. Read more about the findings here.