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Using student voice to improve engagement

admin | Thursday, January 26, 2017

A recent eSchool News story focused on Tuscaloosa City Schools’ efforts to involve students in the district’s strategic planning efforts. Through a survey completed by students, they found that, “students wanted the freedom to be more creative during school, and they wanted more stimulating discussions around lessons and concepts. They also wanted more links between […] Read More

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Helping Students Learn to Express Gratitude

admin | Monday, November 14, 2016

It’s National Gratitude Month, but what is gratitude? For starters, it’s more than saying “thank you.” Some say it’s a state of being, like the ability to see the silver lining in any situation. Research has shown that your perspective, reactions, and responses are better served when filtered through a lens of gratitude. When what […] Read More

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Today Career & College Clubs released the fourth issue in our Middle Grades Research Series. The issue summarizes research findings on the efficacy of peer-to-peer learning. Takeaways from the research review include: Conversations with/among peers about future plans intensify students’ information-seeking behavior Peer mentors increase students’ connections to school. Peers working with peers improve students’ […] Read More

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There’s a new webinar recording focused on Career & College Clubs on the Alliance for Career Resources Professionals’ website! The Alliance of Career Resources Professionals (ACRP) hosted a webinar on Career & College Clubs on March 25, 2015. Career & College Clubs’ Joe and Kevin discussed the importance of career and college readiness and peer-to-peer […] Read More

A report issued today by ACT, Inc. indicates Career & College Clubs, a middle school peer-to-peer intervention, increases the likelihood at-risk students will make specific plans to succeed in high school and postsecondary education. ACT, Inc., the organization that administers the ACT college placement exam, analyzed 1,200 middle school students who participated in the Career […] Read More

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Teenagers Are Wired for Peer Approval, Study Says

Joe Booth | Wednesday, May 29, 2013

It’s true: Adolescents really do want to jump off a bridge just because their friends are doing it. But new research suggests changes in how teenagers view risks and rewards around their peers are not only a critical part of their development, but may also provide a key to motivating them. Full article. Read More

Career & College Clubs, a program of ALL Management Corporation, is proud to re-launch California’s premier program focused exclusively on educating middle school students with the knowledge, skills, and motivation to succeed in high school, college, and life. Full article. Read More

Career & College Clubs, a program of ALL Management Corporation, is proud to re-launch California’s premier program focused exclusively on educating middle school students with the knowledge, skills, and motivation to succeed in high school, college, and life. Full article. Read More

Researchers at the Warner School of Education at the University of Rochester found that student motivation for attending college is related to academic success. Full article. . Read More

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Make Your Dreams of Future Success Come True

admin | Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Set a course for success through Career & College Clubs. Start your journey today! Read More