By The Numbers

We have informed and engaged students, parents, and educators in over 330 school communities.

We Reached Schools and Families in:

We Served

We Provided

180+ professional development
workshops

26 school conferences
for 150+ partner schools

85,000+ student surveys

48 conference presentations

13 research papers

320+ parent education presentations

90 parent education videos

Our Schools Made These Changes

  • Reduced homework and busywork
  • Changed school schedules/added late starts
  • Started parent education and student wellness programs
  • Modified grading and assessment practices
  • Implemented project-based learning
  • Launched advisories and tutorials for students

As a Result

Kids slept more

Kids cheated less

Kids engaged more in learning

Kids worried less

Kids felt better supported by teachers

Kids performed just as well or better in school

This Matters Because

High school
students need
9 hours of sleep
and only get about
6.5 hrs

87%of high school and 81% of middle school kids
admit to cheating

30%of high school students
report symptoms of
depression 

33%of high school
students are actively
disengaged in school

73%of high school students
report being often or
always stressed by
schoolwork

When students feel able to meet parent expectations, they are less likely to be worried
and stressed
about their schoolwork and less likely to suffer from physical
symptoms of stress
and Students are more motivated and engaged in school, and are more likely to persevere
when they feel supported by their teachers

View our Program Impact Report
for more information on changes
we are making with schools.