2022 Assessment Data



  • 84% of children, improved or maintained their 
    instructional reading level.

  • 100% of parents say their child 

    • is a better reader.

    • has more confidence. 

    • believes they can make a difference.

  • 100% of parents say they

    • are more likely to volunteer in the community.

    • better understand how to help their child be successful.

    • will be more engaged in child's school work.
       

  • Children participated in social action to address Climate Crisis by planting fruit trees at the Beck Cultural Exchange Center.

2021 Assessment Data



  • 79% of children, improved or maintained their 
    instructional reading level.

  • 100% of parents say their child​

    • is a better reader.

    • has more confidence. 

    • believes they can make a difference.

    • has learned ways to resolve conflicts.

  • 100% of parents say they

    • better understand how to help their child be successful.

    • plan to be more engaged in my child’s school work next year.

  • Children participated in social action with a panel discussion on Youth Justice with School District leaders.

2019 Assessment Data



  • 86% of our scholars, improved or maintained their instructional reading level.

  • 90% of parents say my

    • child is a better reader 

    • child believes they can make a difference
       

  • 90% of parents say they​

    • will be more engaged in child's school work.
       

  • Children participated in social action Against Gun Violence & demonstrated self-empowerment.

2018 Assessment Data



  • 100% of our scholars, improved or maintained their instructional reading level.
     

  • 90% of parents say their child 

    • has more confidence.

    • is more likely to vote.

    • is a better reader. 

    • believes they can make a difference.

    • will be more engaged in child's school work.

  • 90% of parents say they

    • better understand how to help their child be successful.

    • plan to be more engaged in my child’s school work next year.
       

  • Children participated in social action to increase Voter Participation and demonstrated self-empowerment.

 2017 Assessment Data

  • 84% of our scholars improved or maintained their instructional reading level.
     

  • 100% of parents say  their child 

    • is a better reader.

    • has more confidence. 

    • is more likely to vote.

    • believes they can make a difference.

    • has learned ways to resolve conflict

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  • 100% of parents say they

    • better understand how to help their child be successful.

    • will be more engaged in child's school work.

  • Children participated in social action by Protesting Against planned Cuts to SNAP/EBT with a  march on Gay Street & Market Square.