After-School Learning Center

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After-School Learning Center
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Country: Bulgaria
Volunteer(s) Name: S Tansek
Volunteer(s) Homestate: Ohio
Funds community contributed: $1361.44
Percentage community contributed: 25%
Funds needed were: $3923.58
Funds requested were: $3923.58
PPCP #: 313-128
Year of project approval: 2009
Projects started in Bulgaria 2009 (10).
"Together We Can Do More" 2009 Summer Camp, A Healthier Future for Children, A Stage for Everyone, After-School Learning Center, Community Fitness Center, Development of a Youth Basketball Program, Educational Center, Improving Access to Museum Library Information, Multi-Ethnic Camp, Seminar for Improving the Business Sector
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Other Projects in Bulgaria (33).
"Together We Can Do More" 2009 Summer Camp, 2005 Camp GLOW, A Healthier Future for Children, A Stage for Everyone, After-School Learning Center, Borino Community Education Center, Bring a Buddy Volunteer Campaign, Building Hope Through Basketball, Camp GLOW - Bulgaria 2004, Camp GLOW - Veliko Turnovo, Center for Education and Upbringing, Children with Different Destinies - Common Dreams and Ambitions, Come On Inside - A Safe Place, Community Fitness Center, Community Youth Center … further results
State Flag of Ohio.svgOther Projects by Volunteers from Ohio (11).
After-School Learning Center, Mary Althoff, Mary Archung Bradshaw, Amy Grace, Donetsk American International Club English Summer Camp, Eco-Friendly Community Initiative, Education: A New Hope for the Community, Janice Flahiff, Leonard Garden, Andrew Karrer, Kitchen Remodeling Project, Library Book Project, Scott McBride, Messages to Our Community Mural Project, John Porterfield … further results
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Info about the After-School Learning Center

The proposed After-school Learning Center will be a vital space within the local school building where community students will have the opportunity to study in small groups directly with school staff members. The importance of such a space within our community is notable for several reasons. Firstly, to improve the study skills of students who struggles in the larger group class settings. Secondly, to provide an opportunity for students that want to excel their learning beyond the material normally covered in class. The students that normally struggle throughout the year because of gaps in their primary educations will be able to catch up to their peers. Alternatively, more advanced students will be able to pursue specific subjects that interest them, providing them an opportunity to pursue university and career paths in the future. This project is so vital because the parents, teachers and students want to improve and expand educational services in the community, but don’t currently have the proper means to do so.

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