Update: January 2018
Read the January update from Making Caring Common and don't forget to sign up for our monthly newsletter to get updates straight to your inbox.
In the news
Making Caring Common's research on sexual harassment, romantic relationships, raising caring kids, and college admissions was featured in a wide range of publications this past month. Read more:
The Washington Post: What teens wish their parents knew about social media
The Harvard Gazette: The women’s revolt: Why now, and where to
The Globe and Mail: In the age of #MeToo, how do we talk to young men about sex and consent?
Centre Daily Times: How to talk to kids about sexual harassment
Deadline approaching! Join the Caring Schools #CommonGood campaign by February 1
There's still time join Making Caring Common as an early leader in our Caring Schools #CommonGood campaign. Middle and high schools that commit to take action as part of the campaign by February 1 will:
Be included in press materials for a major national school recruitment initiative in March 2018
Gain access to a network of schools who are working toward campaign goals in their own communities
Receive resources to support their work
We hope your school will join us in helping young people create a better world. Learn more on our website or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Staff pick: Peace First Challenge
We're thrilled to welcome Glenn Manning to the Making Caring Common team! Glenn's background spans teaching, SEL program administration, and curriculum development, and he will be working closely with schools in the Making Caring Common community on the Caring Good #CommonGood campaign and the relaunch of our Caring Schools Network later this year.
For this month's staff pick, Glenn wants to make sure young people (and the parents and educators in their lives) know about the Peace First Challenge, which will distribute $250 mini-grants to youth-led projects focused on making communities kinder and more inclusive. The deadline to enter is January 31. Learn more about the Challenge and Peace First's resources on their website.