Making Caring Common
Raising kids who care about others and the common good.
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Resources By Topic

Making Caring Common’s work spans a wide range of topics, all connected by our commitment to forefront caring at school, at home, and in our communities. You can explore resources by key topics below and in greater detail in Resources for Educators and Resources for Families.

 

Making Caring Common’s work spans a wide range of topics, all connected by our commitment to forefront caring and concern for the common good at school, at home, and in our communities. You can explore resources by key topics below and in greater detail in Resources for Educators and Resources for Families.

 

Bias and Bullying

Welcome to our bias and bullying hub. Read on for our resources for families and educators, related reports and initiatives, and relevant media coverage of our work.

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Alexis Ditkowsky
College Admissions

Welcome to our college admissions hub! Read on for our resources for families and educators, related reports and initiatives, and relevant media coverage of our work.

The college admissions process is a rite of passage that plays a powerful role in shaping student attitudes and behaviors. High school students often perceive colleges as simply valuing their achievements, not their responsibility for others and their communities.

Families, high school counselors, and admissions officers can send different messages that help young people become more generous and humane in ways that benefit not only society but students themselves.

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Alexis Ditkowsky
Sexual Harassment, Misogyny, and Romantic Relationships

Welcome to our sexual harassment, misogyny, and romantic relationships hub! Read on for our resources for families and educators, related reports and initiatives, and relevant media coverage of our work.

Our research has found that young people appear to be struggling with forming and maintaining healthy romantic relationships and dealing with widespread misogyny and sexual harassment. What's more, it appears that parents and other key adults in young people's lives often fail to address these two problems.

Young people WANT to hear from the adults in their lives. These conversations are too important to leave to popular culture, porn, and peers.

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Alexis Ditkowsky