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At-Risk Youth Curriculum (RESH 180)
Innovative Youth Motivation Curriculum Raising Expectations Standards and Honor 180 (RESH180) provides a new lens for middle and high school students to develop a core sense of purpose.
Many at-risk students are not able to decipher their purpose in life. For many food is scarce, unstable living situations, and constant bombardment of drugs, gangs, and crime. Unfortunately, education is not a priority. Education Arne Duncan issued this statement: 25 percent of our students - and almost 40 percent of our black and Hispanic students - fail to graduate high school on time, we know that too many of our schools are failing to offer their students a world-class education.
While there are many factors why schools fail, one factor needs to be addressed. Students need be taught skills to see themselves with purpose. According to Stanford University researcher William Damon, “only about one in five young people in the 12-22-year age range express a clear vision of where they want to go, what they want to accomplish in life, and why.” Dannon concludes that without a sense of purpose, young people report an inner life of anxiety and a sense of feeling trapped in a life that is not under their own control.
When a student sees their life with purpose they will break out of detrimental habits and become focused, more confident, more energetic, more resilient, and put more effort of being proactive with their education.
Dr. Adam Ybarra developed Raising Expectations, Standards and Honor (RESH 180) youth curriculum to aid as an eye sanitizer to remove the 99.99% of life germs that cloud student’s sense of purpose.
Dr. Ybarra has spoken face-to-face over 350,000 in United States and Life-Coached
Raising Expectations Standards and Honor 180 (RESH 180) Curriculum is available at www.resh180.com. Founder of University of Phoenix, Dr. Peter Ellis coached Dr. Ybarra with the development of RESH 180.
For more information visit http://www.resh.org and http://www.adamybarra.com
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