Partnership education gives meaning to school and life

Fremont, CA: American High School English teacher John Creger writes about his popular and revolutionary Personal Creed project for high school students.

Since 2013, several of John’s students have completed the Center for Partnership Studies’ Young Leaders Program.

John’s student Kaavya writes: “The serious lack of thoughtful self-reflection, and no I don’t mean write about your favorite food, points to a serious flaw in [standard high school] curriculum. After doing the Creed Project I’m in way better touch with my inner self and I really fail to see how today’s youth can make the world a better place if they don’t understand who they are.”

Young Leaders Program participants work together to broaden their self-empowerment and leadership skills in the context of the Partnership model. Support the Young Women Leaders Program: we welcome your donation to the Center for Partnership Studies.

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