We also partnered up with Humboldt Filament Factory to provide students material , supplies and a STEAM based curriculum for Career Technical Education. H.F.F.'s believes that the next generation that will inherit problems of tomorrow. Their commitment to student learning resonates with our pedagogy to provide public schools a package that includes materials, supplies, and technology to meet classroom rigor. Our package includes lesson plans and projects, which are CTE and COMMON CORE compliant, while seamlessly merging with existing PACT Lesson Plan templates.
Learn to Achieve is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide assistance with school district's Multi-Tiered systems of support and Responses to Instruction and Intervention. Using data-based services our goal is to help create high quality instruction, early intervention, and prevention and behavioral strategies aligned with Multi-Tiered Systems of Support.
LTA's 4 phase Method:
•Phase #1: Assist supportive services within a school district's Multi-Tiered System of Support
With the advancement of application program interfacing it has become more reasonable for supportive services collaborate with their school site to be proactive in helping their cohort. However, abiding by FERPA and data security agreements can be tricky. Learn To Achieve has partnered with GEAR UP to pilot a project that would alleviate the barriers of safe and secure data pulling. Our goal is that student support services can provide intervention to student academic and behavioral issues before the need for remediation.
Phases #2: Collaborate with Administrators, Teachers and School Leaders to introduce and provide 21st century lesson plans to create career pathways based on student needs assessments.
Learn To Achieve understands that part of a students good behavior in school is a sense of purpose and a reason to behave. To actionize this belief Learn to Achieve provides low cost alternatives to technology supplies. From data dashboards to 3D printers, Learn To Achieve is determined for technology to not be no barrier to student and school success.
•Phases #3: Professional development series on 21st century technology, materials and supplies included.
We introduce Teachers, School Leaders and Administrators to Industry leaders and concepts so that they can prepare students for 21st century employment. Learn To Achieve analyzes publicly accessible data, such as the Local Control Action Plans, to create customized professional development series. As we partner with schools more customized services will become available
•Phase #4: Data analysis and expansion of career pathways
Our LearningBlocks system will aggregate data from students, teachers, staff and Administrators and identify areas of collaboration, curriculum, materials and supplies in order to meet goals and objectives of LCAP’s, school initiatives and other Grant requirements. Our goal is to maximize efficiency of school districts so that we can maximize career and college readiness for students.
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In order to manage evaluation and the success of our initiative, Learn To Achieve created a Blockchain Data Management system called LearningBlocks.
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After a year of collaboration, the Lean To Achieve DreamMakers project has grown into a success. We have provided service to almost more than 300 students! Now it is time to go on to the next frontier and introduce you to our new collaboration with the Blassingame Foundation. The Blassingame Foundation has worked on mentor students, provided clothing and food by partnering with the NAACP and Open Arms, and now seeks to help Learn To Achieve with delivering curriculums to School Districts. We are so happy to go on to this next journey in our question to turn student's passions into careers.