A few of the key findings in the study are:
1. Graduates who had “experiential and deep learning” have more than DOUBLED the odds of being engaged in their work.
2. Americans who developed 21st century skills, such as real-world problem-solving and collaboration, in their last year of school are TWICE as likely to have higher work quality.
3. Graduates who were “emotionally supported” are nearly 3X
as likely to be thriving in their well being.
Read the Gallup studies:
21st Century Skills Linked to Work Success
What Works in Schools is Real Work