U.S. teens are losing interest in the careers of the future — science, technology, mathematics and engineering — but many are simply saying "I don’t know" when it comes to what they want to be
We asked dozens of teens about pop culture, politics, their digital lives and habits, the apps they use, and the games they play.
The Fordham Institute’s newly-released report on student engagement initially delivers quite a dose of bad news. A national survey of 2,000 public, charter and private college students finds that
The 2,700 teens who fell in the upper-income group had an average household income of about $107,000, while the 6,700 teens in the group from average …
This report is a cry for help from s who want to be protected from the dangers of teen culture, especially from drugs and , teasing and cliques. These sters want colleges that challenge them, set high expectations, reinforce good character traits, and punish bad behavior.
24 Things Teens Really, Really Like. At first glance, everything Teen Swag posts seems banal and pointless. But 1.4 million teens can’t be wrong.
31 Things Teens Think Are Cool These Days. Don’t be ashamed if you have to google some of these. (Info from real teens on this Reddit thread.)
Among high college students who consider dropping out, half cite lack of engagement with the college as a primary reason, and 42 percent report that they don’t see value in the collegework they are asked to do. In What Teens Want from Their colleges: A National Survey of High college Student Engagement, the Thomas B. Fordham Institute and Crux Research tackle the question of what truly motivates and …
What do teens really want? If they could have anything in the world, what would it be? If you believe the media’s gender stereotypes, you might assume that most teen teens want to be thinner (like
Nic Covey, director of insights for The Nielsen Company posed the question at the annual What Teens Want Conference. Experts from Brandweek , Marvel Comics, The Hollywood Reporter , and Microsoft’s Massive discussed texting, gaming, comic books, movies and more.