Update: January 2019
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For Educators: How to Sustain Community Service
This week, students honored Martin Luther King Jr.'s fight for civil rights and racial justice through community service projects across the country.
If you're an educator or community leader, our Caring Community Youth Capstone Strategy is one way you can build on your students' work and sustain it throughout the year.
In the news
Read coverage of Making Caring Common's work related to consent, romantic relationships, college admissions, and more.
Education Week: We're Teaching Consent All Wrong
Education Week: The Two Powerful Forces Changing College Admissions
Usable Knowledge: Have the Talk — and Say More
Usable Knowledge: Consent at Every Age
Forbes: A New Year In College Admission
Business Insider: I've started teaching my 2 young children to be grateful...
Action News Jax: Winners announced for Action News Jax MLK "Live the Dream" contest
The Washington Post: Making the grade still matters — at least in college admissions
For Families: Inspire Everyday Acts of Caring with Family Routines
Our daily routines define our lives. After all, we are what we do day after day.
Emerging research suggests that family routines support children’s social and emotional growth, the building blocks for strong "empathy muscles."
Try these ideas from our friends at Doing Good Together to bring more compassion to your family routines.
For Educators: Join the Middle School Kindness Challenge!
The spring cycle for the Middle School Kindness Challenge is now open!
Learn more about how to join the challenge and access free resources from Making Caring Common and others.