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Youth in Poverty Six Times More Likely to Experience Detrimental Levels of Adversity Than Higher-Income Peers

March 28, 2017

More than one-quarter of children living in poverty (28 percent) experience three or more reported adversities in their adolescence, a rate nearly six times that of their middle and upper class peers, according to a new report by the Center for Promise, the applied research institute of America’s Promise Alliance.
Center for Promise Report Shows Blended Learning Offers Promise as Strategy for Re-engaging Students

April 07, 2016

Blended learning programs, which combine in-person and online or virtual instruction and support, have emerged as a promising way to meet the needs of young adults looking for an alternative on-ramp to a high school diploma, according to a report released today by the Center for Promise, the Boston University-based research institute for America’s Promise Alliance.

Type: Press Release

promises: Effective Education

channels: Re-engaging Youth

campaigns & initiatives: Center for Promise

National Study Illuminates the Role Supportive Relationships Play in Young People’s Decisions to Stay in, Leave and Return to School

September 16, 2015

A new report released today by America’s Promise Alliance offers new insights – from the perspectives of young people themselves – into how support from adults and peers can help to close the remaining gap between those who graduate from high school on time and those who don’t.

Type: Press Release

TAG: Youth Voice

promises: Effective Education

channels: Re-engaging Youth

campaigns & initiatives: Center for Promise