Age of Opportunity
There is no more important time in youth development than middle school. These are adolescents just a few years away from being yo
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Operation Exodus Empowers Inner City Youth To “Do Something,” This Summer!
Updated Wednesday, April 26th 2017: A
WANTED: Volunteer Teams!
Volunteers are the true Superheroes of summer. Every year, dozens of volunteers come through, sacrificing extremely valu
The “Summer Slide,” is a well documented villain that causes learning loss for inner city children in low-income neighborhoods. Over consecutive s
Here's our Superhero Summer Wish List!
We'll be turning 110 inner city kids on to science, math, literature, and art through hands-on projects,
This article was originally published in New York Times Family section, March 21, 2017
Why Kids Shouldn't Sit Still In Class
by Donna De
The Art of Learning About The World
Our youth, especially those in poor neighborhoods, have a right to understand and appreciate art, and participat
Red, White & Blue
by Mariela Regalado
Whichever way you cut through my veins
The colors that spill will still be the same...
The “Summer Slide.” is a well documented learning loss that takes place when low-income students do not participate in structured summer program
Jeritzel, an Exodus student for 8 years, just earned her diploma from Aquinas High School. Last fall, Exodus took her on several college campus v