Connects the science of character strength development with teachers and their classrooms. The Character Lab co-designs and funds research on character development to inform the creation of practical tools for K-12 teachers and families.
Our partnership supports the design and dissemination of tools and resources to classrooms.
Works with schools to prepare low-income high school students to succeed in college and careers by leveraging Peer Leaders, College Summit curricula, and student data.
Our partnership supports College Summit’s App-A-Thon program. The program provides opportunities for Peer Leaders to train teachers on the use of the College App Map, which they can then use in their classrooms to equip students with tools to make getting to and through college more transparent and accessible.
Combines project-based learning, technology, and connections with real-world experts in classrooms to create meaningful learning experiences that cultivate contemporary skills. The model shifts the role of students from passive learners to active collaborators, problem solvers and contributors.
Our partnership supports professional development for Teachers in under-resourced regions to implement Educurious in their classrooms.
Collaborates to build partnerships and support innovative solutions that will advance education and social outcomes for students in Los Angeles.
Our partnership supports a LightSail book library for students in LAUSD schools. LightSail is an interactive literacy platform for grades K-12 that supports student literacy growth (and a love of reading) and provides actionable data to teachers and administrators.
University of Washington College of Education - U-ACT
Elevates the field of education through prestigious programs from undergraduate courses, to teacher preparation, leadership preparation, and graduate studies. The UW Accelerated Certification for Teachers (U-ACT) is an alternative pathway for teacher certification that is driven by in situ practice and coaching by expert educators.
Our partnership supports researching the effectiveness of translating U-ACT to other teacher preparation programs.