The Grit Scale

When Angela Duckworth began teaching math to New York City public school kids, she noticed the difference between students excelling and failing did not come not down to IQ. The pivotal question: "Who is succeeding here and why?” led Duckworth to study psychology, and it kickstarted her journey to define “grit.”

“Grit is

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