Good education is one of the most sought out dreams in America. Education is free for all American citizens, but obstacles like community unequal access to homes and property taxes prevent some from receiving these benefits. Nelson Mandela said that education is the most powerful tool through with which we can change the world. But inequalities in our society for students create a big setback in achieving the change we want to see.
Education is the key to unlocking other human rights that include employment, safety, healthcare and more (Sherif, 2020). We host emotional intelligence and bridge-building communication workshops in companies, schools and organizations that address specific issues in our community and that walk participants through a well-researched ethnodramatic reflective process of collaborating within and across their stories and their departments to make change. We assist in breaking stereotypes that get in the way of the productivity of our students and employees.
We help our clientele, which includes youth, acquire sophisticated understandings of societal processes that hinder progress by equipping them with communication skills that they employ in interrupting these practices. Schools, busineses, and communities, in turn, access new ways of learning from one another and from our youth the ethical complexities and life circumstances youth and future employees have inherited.
In schools and non-profits, students use their community research to teach others, and the school and community learn from them and access much-needed healing. In businesses and organizations, employee teams engage a similar process of collaboratively-led change-making that transforms their companies.
Sherif, Y. (2020, December 9). Education Is a Fundamental Human Right and the Priority of the 21st Century. Retrieved from INTER PRESS SERVICE: http://www.ipsnews.net/2020/12/education-fundamental-human-right-priority-21st-century/#:~:text=Education%20is%20a%20fundamental%20human%20right.,or%20political%20and%20civil%20rights.&text=Education%20offers%20an%20economic%20improvement,restoring%20thei
Sarah Hobson, Ph.D. specializes in supporting teams, departments and schools, businesses, and government agencies in building inclusive innovative change-making communities who understand how to connect well with and join diverse populations in providing needed sustainable resources for all youth and families.