Putting students first can be one of the best moves a mentor can make. Rather than dictating the curriculum or lesson plan, why not let students help guide the process? Read on to learn why a student-centered approach to learning can reap the most rewards!
With 75% of high school students reporting that they have negative feelings toward their educational experiences, there’s never been a more critical time to intervene. Left without support, America’s youth could see those feelings of negativity trickle into other parts of their lives. With the assistance of a mentor, however, students may discover a greater sense of purpose. Continue reading to learn more about the power of mentorship!
Almost six-in-ten Americans think improving trust in one another is an important objective. For those coming from challenging circumstances, trust truly is something that must be earned. In a mentor-mentee relationship, building trust is a key part of the process. Wondering how to do that well if you’re serving as a mentor? Below you will … Read more
Maryland’s high school dropout rate hit 8.3% at the height of the pandemic in 2020. While that number has dropped by nearly a percentage point in the latest Maryland State Department of Education report, there is room for improvement. For students facing barriers, a clear path to educational and lifelong success starts with mentorship. Read … Read more