Kids with tablets in class

“No one can improve their executive functioning or weaknesses until they know exactly what they are … and that awareness will move you forward.”

– Head of School

Happy student in class

“As a parent I value my child’s ability to self-govern and self-assess because it only adds value for them. Whether it’s the ability to know how to study, or the ability to know how to retain information or multi-task, all of that helps. If they can be the best they’re intended and created to be, then that’s what I want for them.”

– Parent

Focused Worker

“The things I learned from the coaches … it’s okay to make mistakes. You take deep breaths. I learned how to ask for help more if I needed it. It just really spoke to me.”

– Student

African American teacher with student

“The teacher preparation for ExQ has been so simple! It’s probably the easiest thing we’ve ever implemented in our school.”

– Curriculum Director


“I would describe EXQ as a tool to help you learn how to help yourself. And how to know about yourself.”

– Student

In Their Words

Students and teachers share their own stories about learning how to learn with ExQ

Take a Deeper Dive

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