EVERFI and AIG Retirement Services collected survey data from a nationally representative sample of college students, totaling over 30,000 respondents from more than 440 institutions located in 45 states.
Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) has proven academic, behavioral, and health benefits. But how do we get more SEL into classrooms? We asked our EVERFI teacher network about SEL.
Access, visibility, and promotion of prescription medications in the United States have contributed to one of our nation's most critical public health challenges: the misuse and abuse of prescriptions drugs. Educating our youth is more important than ever in order to combat the risks and harms associated with prescription drug misuse and abuse. Learn more about how to leverage evidence-based strategies for prescription drug abuse prevention.
Financial literacy is what you know, financial capability is how you act, and financial well being is what you get from your knowledge and actions. This report will explain how EVERFI approaches financial education to promote financial capability, not limited to financial literacy
Sports bring communities together and athletics can be leaders both on and off the field. This whitepaper explores the attitudes and experiences of student-athletes related to sexual assault and includes strategies for developing effective prevention education.
Prescription drugs are more prevalent in society today than in previous generations. Since 2000, there have been significant increases in overall prescription drug use across a broad and diverse group of adults.
Kids are being exposed to opioids and other prescription drugs at younger and younger ages. What can we do to keep them safe? What kind of curriculum is necessary?
EVERFI course data indicates that students at larger schools and those enrolled at small schools are more similar than different went it comes to sexual assault and interpersonal violence. But, what does that mean for smaller schools that, in many circumstances, have fewer resources and just as many obstacles as their larger counterparts?