Survey results prove that JA, at all levels, is preparing students to develop successful financial management habits, empowering them to explore the potential of becoming an entrepreneur, and providing them the skills necessary to succeed in a global economy.
External evaluators found that elementary school students who participate in JA demonstrate significantly higher critical thinking and problem-solving skills than their counterparts.
* Indicates significance at the p<.002 level. ** Indicates significance at the p<.004 level.
Educators value JA programs ...
* Indicates significance at the p<.001 level. ** Indicates significance at the p<.05 level
Findings: Longitudinal study (2001-2003) Worldwide Institute for Research and Evaluation. Pre/post test scores are taken from recent program evaluations (2006-2008).
Note: Findings are from a longitudinal study conducted from 2001-2003 by the Worldwide Institute for Research and Evaluation.
"What I learned and experienced affected me greatly, got me ready and prepared me for not only college, but also for the general world and experiences young people face." (Student, North Carolina)
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