Character of Education programs allow children and young adults to develop into well-rounded, empathetic individuals.
Character of education programs provide necessary social and emotional development for both students and teachers. Programs like Actions Civics Programs and Social Emotional Learning (SEL) programs have shown promise. These programs support healthy social-emotional development and are especially important for students from low-income backgrounds.
Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs have shown to help students prepare for college and careers after graduation.
CTE programs have shown to help students prepare for the transition to life after high school, be that career or college. Research has shown that students are interested in learning about and training for their future careers. CTE programs seem to be especially helpful for students with disabilities.
Character Education Programs
Action civics programs provide students with opportunities to participate in civic engagement. These programs aim to:
Social Emotional Learning trains children, parents, and teachers.
Career & Technical Programs
Research has shown that students who are exposed to CTE programs are more likely to:
Importantly, CTE programs show positive outcomes with at-risk groups of students like those from low income backgrounds and those with a disability.