This is important. Seriously. My former student, who's aspirations were not in education when he graduated from high school, spent 2 years teaching in a DC 3rd grade classroom. He saw a need. A big one.
So...he did what he'd learned to do. He went to bat for this need. He got other people excited about his cause. He started a foundation, started asking for help from his family and friends, set up fundraising opportunities, and made it grow.
4 months into the pilot program, 47 individuals have benefited from others time and money.
Now it's time for the next step. Consider helping him.
We, the Readers.