Stanton College Preparatory School

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  • College Preparatory High School

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    Northside College Preparatory High School (Chicago, IL) With a unique focus on physics, technology and constitutional law, Northside College Preparatory High School is far from your average magnet school. All of its classes are available at both Honors and Advanced Placement level and more than 95% of students go on to graduate. This is quite a feat when you consider that roughly 38% of the student body happens to be economically disadvantaged. Entry into the school is competitive, with factors

  • Department Of Education Trio Grant, The Ub Program For English Language Learners

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    For instance, funded by the U.S. Department of Education TRIO Grant, the UB Program for English Language Learners (ELL) at Rowan University focuses on providing college preparatory activities and supportive services to low income students in grades 9 or 10 who are able to maintain their GPA at 2.0, who are highly recommended by their teachers or counselors, and who have the desire for higher education (Rowan University at Camden, 2015). The Rowan UB Program continuously identifies and recruits competitive

  • Women During The 1800's

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    She attended Iowa State College and taught school and became the first woman superintendent in Mason City, Iowa. In 1885, she married Leo Chapman. He died in 1886. In 1890, she married George Catt, an engineer and strong supporter of woman suffrage. After years of battling women’s suffrage

  • The Antebellum Era: Major Social Reform Movements Essay

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    The antebellum period was full of social reform movements based on the urge to eradicate evil and improve human conditions in society. Despite the attempt to deal with a wide variety of reforms to provide positive changes to society these reform movements were met with varying degrees of success. This essay will focus on five of the major social reform movements of that era discussing their accomplishments, failures and impacts on America as a whole. They are the reforms of abolition, women’s

  • Trust Matters: The Importance Of Post-Secondary Education

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    families understand the importance of going to college, but lack insight into the options for postsecondary study (Hooker & Brand, 2010). For students from historically and substantively under-represented groups, particularly first-generation and low-income students, the aspiration for a college education is often met with information barriers that make navigating the college application process daunting. For

  • Mou Section Ii: Problem & Project Justification . The Primary

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    & Project Justification The primary learning goal of the Introduction to College Studies would be preparing students for college. This course would give students very practical, “how to” tools to navigate the college process, college, and academic life. A course of this sort is not currently offered by Upward Bound, but it is in other programs nationally. Nationally programs incorporate courses like Introduction to College Studies into their curriculum because they contribute substantively to the

  • The Importance Of Women's Rights Movement

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    Women’s roles in the American household had been the same since the discovery of America to 1848. Women in the simplest of terms were meant to run the household, raise the children, cook, clean, etc. This began changing in 1848 when women wanted to break free from the social norms and develop a social role outside of the household. Women felt that their lives would be completely transformed if they earned the right to vote; once they earned the vote then they would earn equality across the board

  • Essay about The Harlem Renaissance

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    themselves. Whether they proved themselves by writing poetry, music, dramatizations, or art. They started new lives in Harlem, New York. They started a life without crime where the people could have fun, and hang out. Most of these poets went to college at either Harvard or Fisk University. James Weldon Johnson was born in Jacksonville, Florida in 1871. He died in 1938. During his 67 year life, he made several different religious poems such as "God's Trombone," and "The Creation." Countee Cullen