Education & Youth
Parent perspective: School is back to normal, but students have fallen behind
"I wouldn’t say things are back to normal, in fact I don’t think we know what normal is anymore."
Tutoring program for 2nd-12th grade students
The African Leadership Group (ALG) is excited to kick off the 2022/2023 Tutoring Program on Wednesday, October 5, 2022 via ZOOM . This is a free access to the service for all community members with...
Afrik Impact kicks off with exuberant Youth Empowerment celebration
The African Leadership Group’s 2022 Afrik Impact Celebration kicked off July 29 with an exuberant Youth Empowerment celebration at the Denver Botanic Gardens, with the theme of “Growing up African in America.”
What Afrik Impact means to one young leader
I love Afrik Impact because it's like a special holiday that has an effect on everyone's heart and leaves them yearning for more.
Parent perspective: A better school year for my kids
As a parent I’m happy my kids were able to go back into school and be in person for their learning. I see the difference in my kids' learning compared to last year.
Parent article: Anne Attouah on return to in-person school
This year has been an improvement for my kids. In-person classes have made a huge difference.
ALG chosen for prestigious national initiative
The African Leadership Group has been chosen as one of 24 nonprofits from three states to take part in an initiative led by a philanthropic organization to “have a meaningful impact on K-12 students not just for short-term recovery but also for necessary long-term transformations of our education systems in service of equity.
Apply now for ALG’s Education Scholarship Program!
The African Leadership Group is pleased to announce its second annual Education Scholarship Program. The program will assist deserving low-income youth who are graduating high school seniors in their quest for higher education.
ALG’s pandemic pod earns praise in new case study
“The structure and schedule of the pod, along with tutoring, also helped some develop stronger study habits and become more self- disciplined students,” the report says.
Parent perspective: Aissata Djiego
Editor's note: Aissata Djiego is a parent of five children, four of them Denver Public School students. Her two youngest students – one in first grade and the other in sixth – both attend...