We want students to think critically, communicate effectively, and engage civically.
Succeeding in the information age demands critical thinking. Fortunately, it’s a learned skill. Practice makes perfect, and we make that easy to do.
We need to become critical thinkers. To make sense of the world, we all need 21st century skills.
Times have changed. Becoming well-informed is no longer easy. The news cycle is ever-shortening, the volume of information is ever-expanding, and the post-truth world our children are growing up in is scary. No matter where we may lean, our current news environment is unacceptable. Common knowledge and reasoned discussion have given way to an intensified duopoly of thought and unnavigable digital echo chambers.
We are champions of education and voracious consumers of news who have become frustrated by the rarity of civil discourse and by how difficult it has become to be an informed citizen.
So we put a team together and created The Juice, to build the tools our kids need to get a balanced take and to learn to think for themselves using our intentional educational process.
Our goal with The Juice is to educate our children and ourselves to wonder and ask questions, to build explanations and interpretations, to consider different viewpoints and perspectives, and to reason with evidence. So, together, we all can become true critical thinkers.
And that’s, The Juice!
Our Intentional Education Process
Our Social Responsibility
Commitment to Schools
We want as many students as possible to benefit from The Juice.
That’s why we have a sliding scale for under-funded schools and community groups. We’re on track to provide 30,000 students with access to The Juice for free this year.
If you think your school or group qualifies, please contact us.
Commitment to Teachers
We build resources and tools that add relevance to lessons plans. Automated solutions lighten teachers' workloads.
Commitment to Students
We want to help students become critical thinkers, regardless of their reading level or device preference.
Commitment to Journalism
We always follow the Golden Rule.
Commitment to Technology
We reimagine learning instead of digitizing traditional learning practices.