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.

https://jcreger.wordpress.com/2015/07/22/the-personal-creed-project-and-the-return-of-reflection/

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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