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Partners for Education

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A program at Berea College where they help all of their Appalachian students succeed in school. Sherry Scott, Director of Programs, Partners for Education at Berea College. Some strategies they use to help their students are: lifting educational aspirations by guiding them through their entire school experience. Making sure they are connected to college and career centers helping them make it all the way through college, partnering with the families business sectors, higher education, to The program helps 41,000 students in Appalachian, Knox county 10,000 students. Kelli Moore Project director, hiring locally is great and then partnering locally has helped the program grow. They hire a staff to go into schools and help the students but also would love volunteers because everyone wants children to succeed.

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A program at Berea College where they help all of their Appalachian students succeed in school. Sherry Scott, Director of Programs, Partners for Education at Berea College. Some strategies they use to help their students are: lifting educational aspirations by guiding them through their entire school experience. Making sure they are connected to college and career centers helping them make it all the way through college, partnering with the families business sectors, higher education, to The program helps 41,000 students in Appalachian, Knox county 10,000 students. Kelli Moore Project director, hiring locally is great and then partnering locally has helped the program grow. They hire a staff to go into schools and help the students but also would love volunteers because everyone wants children to succeed.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/7205120?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Fri, 08 Dec 2017 17:30:52 +0000 Partners for Education A program at Berea College where they help all of their Appalachian students succeed in school. Sherry Scott, Director of Programs, Partners for Education at Berea College. Some strategies they use to help their students are: lifting educational aspirations by guiding them through their entire school experience. Making sure they are connected to college and career centers helping them make it all the way through college, partnering with the families business sectors, higher education, to The program helps 41,000 students in Appalachian, Knox county 10,000 students. Kelli Moore Project director, hiring locally is great and then partnering locally has helped the program grow. They hire a staff to go into schools and help the students but also would love volunteers because everyone wants children to succeed. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/7205120?cpt=8&wpid=2637 WTVQ Lexington, KY berea c1 3 college is dedicated to improve educational outcomes for both children and adults. joining me today from partners for education is sherry scott and kelli moore. welcome to the show ladies! guest: sherry scott, kelli moore company: partners for education at berea college topic: partners for education programming/ promise neighborhood partners for education uses a place-based, student-focused approach to improve c1 3 really to die by implementing service students centered place based approach help students improve educational outcomes it's really critical is that we are ensuring that were collaborating with our communit partners were engaging our families and were really using evidence-based strategies that are working cradle to career present okay and how and what kind of strategies are you usin what actually lassos some primary strategies a reusing is is we are lifting educational aspirations so a lot of our students and appalachia really coming from a culture hopelessness were working to build help and really build a college going culture 30 with early childhood all the way through the educational were working to ensure that nurses are connecting to college and career that they're having experiences that can ensure the get all the way through to college and sustain into self- sustaining career were building their academic skills, specifically in english was art and mathematics collaborating with our schools and last but certainly not least we are partnering with our families were engaging as families and partners all the way through th educational the business sector will bring together higher education, parents as partners our youth are engaged our local schools is its critical that we are operating from a community perspective it's not our work to meet his work to really make a difference in will really work and to sustain the program that when our initiatives and are able to care for this practice is fantastic i mean it's really really and how that a partnership especially in a low income poverty-stricken are right now thechildren and adult can alter the cracks about right it's really really students does your program help absolutely so the numbers alway growing which is great currently we're leveraging about $89 million or year to serve the 1000 units and appalachia just give you little targeted focus that's for auburn issues for on of our newest initiatives which is in knox county, is a promise neighborhood initiative which i a cradle to career framework that we received this year so i first-year been mentation were actually their second promise neighborhood we were there is event in 2012 the very first role promise neighborhood and the country in knox county were actually serving out 10,000 the impact then does this have on the community itself really well from the community perspective live in not county was one strategically we made was to hire from within the community lien is knox promise neighborhood train people to know the culture the history an the subtle nuances of the community so the impact maureen is a because be done at is an economic impact about digesting our initiative about 40 people he hired locally for this year (with for the duration of the grant and otherwise now i think you'll see him and i community partners who are collaborating more and as sherry said when you do that an environment where comes from within amazing thing begin to happen to see families more engaged is the students more engaged with the committee to serve as collagenase it mentoring programs and unc schools have funding to do the things they've always wanted to do it right right now is volunteer type program is is how is it set up pilot program really somebody to the people that are working with in the communities to work with ... the students whatnot most the time we find willing volunteers will meet me hire a staff to going to do academic interventions planetree at and that enhanced educational opportunities for students that we also have a very committed group of committed partners who ... who will is not against rings and family right and academically proficient student everybody wants that is counties this is actually covered this particular initiative is a knox county initiative has executed the barboursville and corbin gotcha got several is fantastic you so much for the information on the and we also have your permission on the screen as well for anyone who would like to contact you about the thank you for all you do for the communit with early appreciate it and who doesn't go-cart who doesn't love you butterflies i love this segway a family about david is showing a recipe holiday




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