FHI 360 programs dismantle obstacles to give girls and boys the tools they need to succeed in school, transition from school to work and become leaders in the community.
A quality education, starting early in life, allows students to reach their personal and professional potential. FHI 360 works to level the playing field – regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, disability or socioeconomic status – through these core activities:
- Developing research-based curricula that addresses gender-based teasing and bullying
- Creating programs on raising and educating healthy boys
- Providing training, coaching and professional development in both formal and informal educational settings
- Conducting research and evaluation on furthering math identity in girls and other underrepresented groups
Our educational equity initiatives help children gain the skills they need to enter the digital world safely and responsibly. We also have a strong focus on equitable science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) learning. Through these efforts, FHI 360 experts work to enhance social justice and advance economic development.
- Right from the Start in the Digital Age: An FHI 360 National Initiative
- Women in STEM2D
- Furthering Girls’ Math Identity
NEWS AND FEATURES
- Start teaching children safe online behavior earlier
- Setting expectations from the start: How early education gets children ready for college and career
- Science is a ‘girl thing’ in afterschool programs across the U.S.