A newly released Stanford study found that ethnic studies courses for freshmen “boosted the grades, attendance, and course completion of San Francisco students who started high school with an academic record that indicated future failure.”
Poor youth don’t get the chance to experience “emerging adulthood” or the years between teens and ‘full-blow adulthood’ that allow one to explore identity and career, says one study that highlights the affects of finance on youth development.
According to a new study released in the Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, children from low-income and middle-class families have higher literacy rates when attending academically-strong preschools.
The results of a national survey released on Wednesday reveals that “African-American students feel less emotionally prepared for college than white students do, and they’re also more likely to keep their worries to themselves.”
The 2016 Forbes Women’s Summit will be a forum that brings together America’s top business leaders to share their expertise and ideas that address news ways of leveraging tools to build a bright future for the nation.
The World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul, Turkey – the first summit of its kind – will bring together leaders from around the world to build the “Education Cannot Wait – Fund for Education in Emergencies.”