Courage to Care™ is an evidence-based curriculum for middle school students, designed to increase empathy and care for others, and reduce bullying and meanness. It has shown extreme effectiveness in tests with over 600 students to improve school culture and climate while reducing peer victimization. It was created by researchers, educators and specialists from the University of New Hampshire and is now being used in schools nationwide. Shouldn’t your students have the Courage to Care?
JUNE TRAINING DATES ANNOUNCED CLICK HERE! The Spring Courage to Care Leadership and Licensing Academy will be held June 25-27 at the beautiful UNH Browne Center for innovative learning. Join us to bring the Courage to Care evidenced based program to your school or youth program!! Do your students have the Courage to Care? You can be […][ more ]
To see the new Courage to Care informational Video, Click Here For Dr. Malcolm Smith’s “Understanding Bullying” booklet for parents, teachers and youth leaders, CLICK HERE To see a video presentation of “Understanding Bullying” at the NH Partnerships for Education conference, go to http://vimeo.com/13842209 or click here. For Dr. Rick Alleva’s links to many current […][ more ]
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