• Some students head home or to the streets, others stay for sports practice and others go straight into the library. It’s the last place you might expect to find a student at the end of the day. But that’s where our after-school program is located.

    Ivon Garcia

21st Century

The World Citizen project is heavily focused on math skills acquisition and serves over 500 low-income, struggling students in four schools, increasing their performance in math as well as reading, inspiring them to succeed academically…
The Global Village Project serves over 700 students identified as low-income, Hispanic, English language learners, or migrant students in Eastern Washington’s Big Sky Country, a vast, isolated rural plain in the Columbia Basin where agri-business…
The Brain Trust program improves struggling students’ academic performance in math, science and reading and enhances their skills and motivation for a role in the global economy.
Quincy: Connected helps a small, rural, isolated school district with few external resources address common academic and social problems through afterschool programming that provides academic support to 250 regularly attending students, over 95% of whom…
The 3(R) project helps over 400 struggling students improve math skills and confidence through afterschool and summer programming.
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