Early and ongoing intervention is known to be a critical element in increasing the likelihood that students in underserved communities will attend college and then thrive there and beyond. Crucially, intervention is most effective when it starts at an early age—planting the seeds in young minds that college is a realistic option for them—and continues from elementary school through high school.
The Leadership U. program provides grade-appropriate preparation scaffolded through four curriculum manuals, each tailored to a specific stage of learning, and includes a supplement to guide high school students through the college application process.
The interactive lessons of the Grades 4–5: Seeing Oneself in College curriculum provide an early opportunity for students to step into their leadership, examine their learning styles and strengths, explore elements of their identity, and envision a bright, successful future. Participants are introduced to The Leadership Program’s proven-effective approach to enrichment and social and emotional learning, which has been implemented in thousands of classrooms for hundreds of thousands of students.
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