Some decisions, like dinner choices, need little thought. But for matters impacting health, family, career, or society, a structured decision process is crucial. Learn the eight steps to enhance decision-making in your life.
In 2024, we're building a national movement for Decision Education in K-12 by establishing our public policy, expanding our research efforts, and engaging the workforce to support our mission. Join us in shaping a future where Decision Education is a fundamental part of every student's learning experience!
In this edition of The Alliance Newsletter, you will find an exciting spotlight on donor and Alliance board member Simon Hallett, a recap of the latest season of our podcast, and a list of books and blogs to help you learn more about the Decision Education movement.
Staff from the Alliance attended several conferences to expand its reach, connecting with educators, policymakers, and media literacy leaders to empower students for the future.
Explore the Alliance's impactful 2023 Year-in-Review, showcasing strides in Decision Education. From K-12 standards to podcasts, we celebrate growth, partnerships, and a commitment to empowering students.
Simon Hallett and his wife, Jane, are generous supporters of the Alliance’s mission. In the following Q&A session, Simon shares their reasons for getting involved.
Alliance for Decision Education Advisory Council member Professor Johannes Siebert of the Management Center Innsbruck is currently spearheading an initiative to help German high school students make decisions about their careers and educational paths after graduation.
In May of this year, we celebrated the graduate student recipients of the Decision Education Research Scholarship Award. Over the course of eight months, graduate students from universities worldwide submitted research papers that demonstrated interest and relevance in the field of Decision Education.
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