Category: Newsletter

The Learning Report – June 2021

Echo Carter was always a bright, happy and outgoing child, but when she got to junior high, she became the target of bullies. “I was always a good student — the problem was the social environment for me.

Written by on June 11, 2021

The Learning Report – May 2021

Serenity Hunter – was just that. This shy girl with a troubled family life was searching for the calm, peace and untroubled mindset that most people enjoy.

Written by on May 14, 2021

The Learning Report – April 2021

Autism Awareness Month is a chance to highlight the one in 59 children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Students like John B., who suffered a severe illness as a toddler which left him silent and diagnosed with non-verbal autism.

Written by on April 26, 2021

The Learning Report – March 2021

In just one year, Ayat Aldoori moved across the globe, learned English and graduated from Learn4Life at age 20. Her family escaped from war-torn Iraq and spent nine years in Egypt before immigrating to the U.S.

Written by on March 31, 2021

The Learning Report – February 2021

Kids who love animals often dream of becoming a veterinarian someday. But like any career path, there is a lot of hard work that needs to happen – and for high schoolers, that can start with Career Technical Education (CTE) classes.

Written by on February 28, 2021

The Learning Report – January 2021

What is one of the most powerful tools to prevent teens from taking a troubled path, skipping school or dropping out? Experts agree – it’s mentoring. Oprah Winfrey credits her teacher/mentor for helping her overcome a troubled childhood and putting her on a path to success.

Written by on January 30, 2021

The Learning Report – October 2020

This month we celebrate a permanent classroom for our rural students, thanks to the new AMOR Wellness Center. It is a novel concept that brings a host of community wraparound services under one roof.

Written by on October 15, 2020

The Learning Report – September 2020

Learn4Life is celebrating a new partnership with the 1890 Foundation for HBCU Week that provides students opportunities for increased exposure and acceptance to HBCUs, with support services to be successful in college.

Written by on September 16, 2020