The annual Benjamin E. Mays Lecture is intended to encourage the discussion of issues facing urban educational leaders, as well as honor the memory of Dr. Mays and promote his philosophy of excellence in the education of those typically least well served by the larger society.
On Sept. 18, the Alonzo A. Crim Center for Urban Educational Excellence will start a new chapter of Girls Who Code, a national nonprofit organization aimed at teaching 6th through 12th grade girls 21st century computing skills.
by Raina Turner, Program Coordinator for the TEAM AmeriCorps Program
DREAMS (Developing Relationships to Enhance All Mentees’ Success) Summer Institute is a summer program offered by the TEAM AmeriCorps Program. Each year, the program strives to provide high quality academic and social support to 40 metro-Atlanta students, their parents, and their families. For seven weeks… more »