Most fifth- through 12th-grade students in the U.S. aren’t success-ready. That’s what the findings of Gallup’s State of America’s Schools report suggest. According to the Gallup Student Poll, only 33% of U.S. students surveyed in grades five through 12 are success-ready — or hopeful, engaged, and with thriving well-being. Hope, engagement, and well-being are significantly related to student performance, influencing outcomes such as grades, credits earned, achievement scores, likelihood to stay in school, and future employment.
Not Enough Students Are Success-Ready
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