Adolescent girls in Zambia face social constraints that put them at risk for dropping out of school, early pregnancy, and HIV. Corinne Low will discuss an in-progress randomized controlled trial that aims to measure the role that non-cognitive relational skills can play in helping girls overcome these challenges, and achieve better health and schooling outcomes. Corinne will lead a discussion on innovative ways of teaching and measuring the impacts of non-cognitive skills, and examining the effect of these skills on inter-generational trust, communication, and, ultimately, investment.