Our mission is to transform the at-risk youth of San Antonio into successful college and career-ready students so that they can achieve the future they deserve as self-supporting adults, role models as parents, and as contributing members of the community.
Recent studies estimate that eleven percent of 16 – 24 year olds, approximately 6.7 million youth, in the U.S. have left school without a diploma or GED. The economy of the 21st century requires a highly skilled and educated workforce in order to meet the demands of what is now a global marketplace. Without a pathway to earn an education that can help propel them into a better future, these underprepared youth will strain state and regional economies. Restore Education strives to provide a unique pathway to help these youth attain their educational and life goals, which will then transform not only their lives, but also improve the quality of life in Bexar County and South Texas.
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LBCC president under fire over story about brokering gang truce
The president of Long Beach City College is facing questions about a story she told during a job interview at ... strengths that you have and better your life if you come here for an education. “Use ...
Ed Dept: Hackers created of thousands of fake student profiles
"We are working with school and law enforcement officials to determine what, if any, federal student aid information or data may have been affected," Hill wrote in an email to Education Dive ... $2 ...
After New York’s education commissioner resigns, discussion turns to the qualities — and politics — of a new chief.
In the wake of MaryEllen Elia’s abrupt decision to step down as state education commissioner ... or hyper-focused on improving outcomes for students of color. Those are clear priorities held by the ...
Slice of federal grant going to central IL community colleges
ICCB said CAP-IT will involved bridge programs to allow low-skilled and low-wage workers to better basic skills, programs for related technical instruction and apprenticeship programs for paid ...
Consultants suggest list of Hamilton Co. schools to be closed to save money
Schmidt says he doesn’t know why but historical trends suggest student ... education because this report was not back yet, and they knew improvements would be cost a bundle. This is a developing ...
The Fight For Free College Is Your Fight Too
In the midst of the strike, a group of organizers and strikers and I attended a meeting at the Department of Education. There, federal officials, including Undersecretary Ted Mitchell, listened to ...
How can we use digital technologies to capture evidence of student thinking?
Listening to a student retell the main idea of a story is a great way to gauge their understanding ... Not only that – it has a comprehensive education community so you don’t need to reinvent the ...
Bridging the Success Gap After High School
“There really isn’t a middle-ground at scale that’s offered to students to get a good first job that offers upward mobility, while continuing one’s education,” says John White (New Jersey ‘99). John ...
College of Fine Arts and Communication to put on show
East Carolina University’s College of Fine Arts and Communication will be performing “Yo, Vikings” at the Black Box Theater at the Student Center starting tomorrow ... It’s really her coming of age ...
Local legislators share hopes for the future
Johnson, who is term limited after 12 years in the House but is running for a Senate seat, praised how the Legislature used its surplus money, including funding higher education and the Taylor ...
College Notes: June & July 2019
Two area students participated in the Junior Semester Abroad program at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, through the college's Center for Global Education. Grace Ellrodt of Lenox studied in Chile ...
Rutgers gets more expensive after vote to increase tuition by 2.9 percent
The national average for tuition and fees at a public four-year college for an in-state student is about $10,230, according to the most recent federal Department of Education data. The cost for ...