A partnership between the Cherry Creek School District and the African Leadership Group makes a great deal of mutual sense. Just ask Superintendent Christopher Smith. “Cherry Creek Schools wants to make sure each and every...
After two months, Lola said, the program is exceeding even her high expectations. “It has been mind-blowing, the kind of conversations we are able to have, and how well we have been able to get to know each other so quickly,” she said. “It has provided me with an opportunity to unlearn and relearn.”
PEBC’s teacher residency program could be of special interest to ALG members. The yearlong program provides a stipend roughly equivalent to a first-year teacher’s pay, and places residents in a classroom full-time with an experienced mentor teacher.
“Leadership Africa is going to open doors. It is providing me with the opportunity to build bridges," Helen said.
I will continue to be on top of my kids to do well in school and I hope the school will do the same.
My ALG family has been one of the greatest support systems I have had and one of the toughest critics. They tell me when I am on track and provide advice on my next steps out of a place of love and commitment.
It was no surprise that an event honoring the launch of Professor Madiama Mbaye's new book, "Fated to Win: 7 Steps to Finding Meaningful Success," drew a large crowd to the Denver Botanic Gardens on January 21.
The class helps middle- and high-school students understand the basics of personal finance – balancing a checkbook, budgeting, understanding credit cards and how to stay out of debt, and beginning to save early for retirement.