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 3000 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?
On Friday, May 29, 2015, The Courage to Care Program and Dr. Malcolm Smith will be recognized by the New Hampshire Governor’s Council on Physical Activity and Health for its “outstanding achievement in making New Hampshire schools and schools across the nation safer and more compassionate, empathetic, and less mean.” The ceremony will be held in […][ more ]
In early March, 2015, 24 members of the Muskogee Nation of Oklahoma will be trained Courage to Care Leaders and will bring evidenced based empathy, kindness and compassion social and emotional learning to young members of the tribe. Find out how your organization, school or youth program can host a Courage to Care Leadership Training […][ more ]
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