One third of students are "at risk"
Children that demand our special attention. Children who live in poverty; those faced with racial and ethnic disparities; children with disabilities, including learning disabilities; the abused, neglected and abandoned; homeless children and youth; those with behavioral health needs, including mental health disorders and substance abuse; children with time in foster care and those awaiting adoption; and juvenile law violators in the juvenile or adult justice systems.
We are failing these students
Our schools have been designed where a student is "one of many." In this environment how can individual needs be met?
One student focus
Student1 is developing a new class of software to connect and magnify the efforts of the many educators, professionals, service providers, families, and communities so that they may collaborate to provide a successful future for the nation’s “at risk” children and youth.