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Actionable Steps to Achieve SMART Goals

Last week we introduced SMART Goals in our blog post “How to Set SMART Goals.” SMART Goals are specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-bound. Now that our readers are familiar with creating their goals, we want to explain how to take actionable steps to achieve them.  We have all experienced the guilt and dejection that

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How to Set SMART Goals

Setting SMART Goals can make a huge difference in your life. By establishing specific objectives and developing a clear strategy for how you intend to achieve your goals, you can determine how to best use your time and resources to make progress and attain success.  What are SMART Goals? SMART is an acronym used to

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Achievement Gap

What is the Achievement Gap?

As school closures began in March of 2020, low-income BIPOC students – students who have already faced discrimination and educational inequality throughout their academic careers – began to battle new and complex issues. With the effects of COVID-19 further widening the achievement gap, we want to delve deep into the topic, as it plays an

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Learning Habits

7 Learning Habits To Bring Into The New Year

It is hard to believe, but 2022 is almost here! As students return from their pleasant winter vacation, they should plan for the spring semester. This means it is time to think about educational goals for the coming year. What better place to start than with improving learning habits? Here are 7 great learning habits

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Last-Minute Gift Ideas

Three Meaningful Last-Minute Gift Ideas

With Christmas only a week away, it’s time to start scrambling to pull together last-minute gifts for friends and family. You want your present to be meaningful and personal . . . but you only have a week to prepare. Don’t worry – we’ve all been there! Here are three meaningful last-minute gift ideas that

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Finish the Semester Strong

5 Tips to Finish the Semester Strong

Finally, after months of class time, homework, and studying – the semester is nearly over! The period between Thanksgiving and Winter Break is a pivotal point in your academic career. Ending the semester on a high note will give you the confidence you need to fulfill your educational goals in the following semester and beyond.

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The Human Right to a Quality Education

December is Universal Human Rights Month, so we’re placing a focus on education – specifically equitable, high-quality education – as a universal human right.  On December 10th, 1948 the General Assembly of the United Nations declared their thirty universal human rights, including both education and equality. Unfortunately, 73 years later, our nation is still experiencing

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one year

E.R.E.’s One Year Anniversary!

On November 16 of this year, Educate. Radiate. Elevate. turned one year! It was a memorable year of first steps and new sights, of partnerships and collaborations. Today, we begin our fundraising initiative to continue providing high-quality tutoring services to K-12 students of underserved communities with a goal of raising $15,000 by year’s end. Our

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5 Benefits of Giving Back

The turkey has been gobbled, and memories have been created. The holiday of Thanksgiving has come to a close. Is this the end of expressing gratitude? On the contrary, it could still offer you enormous joy to perform acts of kindness every day. Here are five ways that donating your time and money might improve

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Professional Volunteer Spotlight on Ebony Clark

Thank You For Being Such A Vital Part Of Our Team, Ebony Clark! We Look Forward To Sharing More About You So Others Can Get To Know You Better! Tell us a bit about your backstory and what lead you down your current life path. I served in the U.S. Marines for 8 years. When

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