Students Sacrifice Wellbeing for Academics

Students Sacrifice Wellbeing for Academics January 29th 2015, Written by Jahla Seppanen In today’s education landscape, teenagers are asked to go above and beyond. The pursuit of excellence, however, can generate unhealthy perfectionism among students. The Indigo Education Company, as well as the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), believe that non-academic education is key […]

New Motivator Research: Aesthetics Matter for High School Students

New Motivator Research: Aesthetics Matter for High School Students March 14th 2015, Written by Marie Campbell Indigo recently administered the Indigo Assessment to students at two high schools, one a suburban charter school and the other an inner-city charter school in Denver. While these controlled groups cannot be considered indicative of all high schools across […]

New DISC Research: Need for more Inclusive Honors Section?

New DISC Research: Need for more Inclusive Honors Section? January 28th 2015, Written by Nathan Robertson Indigo’s primary goal is to improve secondary and post-secondary education through the integration of non-academic data with pre-existing curricula. In pursuit of this goal, Indigo is conducting ongoing research regarding the effects of Behavioral Styles on students’ academic experience. […]

Higher Education: Mastery, Modularization, and the Workforce Revolution

Higher Education: Mastery, Modularization, and the Workforce Revolution March 14th 2015, Written by Michelle R. Weise and Clayton M. Christensen Developing job skills is just as important as learning grammar and science. In fact, it might be more important as a direct influence on post-grad success. This mini-book on the climate of job skills in […]