What is the Hope for Students movement?
What is educational inequality, and how does it effect our kids?
Our public schools are supposed to be places that help prepare ALL of our kids to achieve their God-given potential. Some of our public schools are doing this incredibly well: amazing teachers, challenging classes, high graduation rates, preparing students for college and beyond. But for students growing up in poverty—often attending schools less than a zip code away—public education looks a whole lot different. Low expectations. High dropout rates. Children unprepared to achieve their dreams. It's a tale of two public school systems, where the zip code you're born into often determines your destiny.
What can I do to make a difference on this issue?