Research + News | Topic: Student Development
Feb 20, 2019
Why Generation Z Is Passing On College
Tim Elmore says that students “feel less dependent on adults to get them ready for the career they’ll choose to enter.” Read his entire blog post here.
Jan 24, 2019
Penn State Updates Course On Drinking And Sexual Violence, Aiming To Keep Students ‘Safe & Aware’
Penn State recently revamped its online course for incoming freshmen. Students learn about alcohol safety and sexual violence. Read the article here.
Sep 17, 2018
Do Christian Students Want Spiritual Growth From College?
Is spiritual and moral development primary, or even secondary priorities of one’s education? Read the research from Barna here.
Aug 14, 2018
What I Learned In Secretarial School
There are many paths to discipline and confidence. I typed my way there. Read the rest of the article here.
Jul 16, 2018
How Our Obsession With College Prep Hurts Kids
Most schools say they’re preparing children for college and a career. Ted Dintersmith argues that today’s K-12 education is preparation for neither. Read the article here.
Jun 6, 2018
College Board CEO: How Religious Education Helps Us Rethink The College Admissions Race
The “soulcraft” found in faith-based learning is just what higher ed needs right now. Read the article here.
Mar 26, 2018
Higher Education Is Drowning In BS
Christian Smith argues that higher education is drowning and that it’s mortally corrosive to society. Read the article here.
Mar 7, 2018
The Research On What Creates Satisfied And Successful Kids
What Did the Most Extensive Longitudinal Study Discover About Kids? Read the blog post from Tim Elmore here.
Feb 12, 2018
The Return Of The Classic Apprenticeship
Tim Elmore blogs that he’s happy to see apprenticeships making a comeback, but what do they look like in today’s workplace environment? Read the blog post here.
Jan 19, 2018
How To Build Snowmen From A Snowflake Generation
Read Tim Elmore’s blog about how and why “snowflakes’ appeared and what we can do to turn them into strong leaders. Read his blog post here.