Teachers need kindness curriculum that accounts for each student’s experience, personality, home life, and unique educational needs.
Learn Kind is our new Inquiry-Based Learning framework for bringing kindness and social-emotional education to classrooms. Are you interested in being a pilot classroom?
We utilize an interdisciplinary mix of research in genetics, neuroscience, psychology, economics, and anthropology to answer questions like: What are the costs and benefits of being kind? What kind acts are the most impactful? How does kindness contribute to a happy and fulfilling life?
Become a Citizen Scientist and help test our theories in real-world situations.
Kindness works at work! Not only do 72% of employees think it’s important for an employer to recognize kind acts in the workplace, but there are proven benefits for businesses, too. Work Kind is our action-based programming designed to maximize the well-being of organizations and the people who power them.
In 2020, we are partnering with Culture Amp to grant the first-ever Kind Company Awards. Sign up for more info.