Student Mentoring

The Augustine Project

Durham Academy

 The Augustine Project is a Chapel Hill-based nonprofit founded in 1994. Its mission is to train and support volunteer tutors who provide free, long-term, one-on-one instruction in reading, writing and spelling to low-income children and tee... [read more]

After School Programs

St. Mark's

 After School Programs St. Mark’s students go into nearby Marlborough, MA once or twice a week in the afternoon to provide tutoring and to play with younger children through after–school care programs at Immaculate Conception parochial sc... [read more]
Professional Development

Athena Project

Deerfield Academy

 In an effort to promote collaboration and professional development between schools, Deerfield launched the Athena Project.  Supported by an E.E. Ford grant, the project involves an online platform for sharing curriculum (questions, activities, a... [read more]

The Center for Teaching

Drew Charter School

 The Center for Teaching, an endeavor between The Westminster Schools and Drew Charter School, is devoted to helping teachers improve their understanding of the craft of teaching through programs and resources which facilitate thei... [read more]
Enrichment & Access

Summer LEAP at Allendale Columbia School

Allendale Columbia School

 Closing the Opportunity Gap for Low-Income Students in Rochester, NY Of comparably sized cities, Rochester, New York currently ranks first for both child poverty and extreme poverty on a national level, with 84% of the 30,000 students in the Rochest... [read more]

MYPIC Leadership Program

Glenelg Country School

 The Glenelg Country School, a PK-12 independent school located in Ellicott City, Maryland, is committed to the notion of innovative education emphasizing academic excellence, healthy living and strong community relationships.  As part of this co... [read more]

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