All our solutions are based on four principles:

Student Tech Leaders

We believe that teams of well-prepared K-12 students are the key strategy for realizing meaningful technology integration. All Generation YES programs have STLs at the center.

Project-Based Learning

All Generation YES programs involve students designing, constructing, and assessing projects aligned to student and teacher learning.

Tech Integration

Providing support and resources to schools using technology for improved learning opportunities and academic achievement is a primary goal of the nonprofit Generation YES.

Data Collection & Assessment

Guided authentic assessment and reporting provides students with feedback and educators with solid data on student progress.

Success Stories

I am amazed at what the potential some of our students had and was hidden! Not only do they love doing this, but they love helping others as well.

Cindy McDaniel

Fresno, California

By implementing the GenYES program at my school, my third grade students became leaders and mentors for teachers, other students, their parents, and local business leaders in our community.

Kathy Brookshire

Meridian, Mississippi

We just concluded our last teacher workshop with the students and the feedback from the teachers supports GenYES research- what teachers like MOST about the workshops were working with the GenYES students!  They want the students to continue their learning in instructional design to support teachers in the future, so I have a direction for next year. 

Janna Elfrink

Reeds Spring Missouri

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Latest News

Generation YES and Learning.com Partner to Create Project NextTech


The nonprofit Generation YES® organization and Learning.com have announced Project NextTech, an online high school digital literacy survey course that is designed to help students develop the knowledge, skills, values, and experience that will help them succeed in an increasingly digital world. Read More

CollegeYES

Generation YES is completing a five-year U.S. Dept. of Education i3 grant on Sept. 30, 2015. This summary of the CollegeYES project in 20 Los Angeles schools was presented at the national i3 meeting in Washington DC.