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Curriculum

Developmentally appropriate, comprehensive and engaging curriculum is crucial in putting students on a positive path to post-secondary education.  CEP’s student and family-focused curricula integrate aspects of motivational and aspirational issues, as well as the specific college knowledge necessary to reach the goal of higher education.

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Fast Forward to College ( ▸▸ FWD): 25 Minutes at a Time is a fully sequenced set of 240 interactive, easy to implement lessons and activities for grades 6 through 12 to be used in school, community or after school settings to foster college and career knowledge and planning. Cost: Yearly subscriptionRead more
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The Realizing the College Dream (RTCD) curriculum (sponsored by the ECMC Foundation) guides teachers, counselors and youth-development specialists to increase expectations of attending college by low-income and first generation college students and their families. The 9 workshops/lessons are designed to be flexible, from 30 to 90 minutes, geared for middle and high school students, provide them...Read more
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The Believeing the College Dream (BTCD) curriculum (sponsored by ECMC Foundation) guides teachers, counselors and community organizations to increase the aspirations of attending college by prospective low-income, first generation college students in grades 4-8. The 16 lessons that focus on connecting home, school and community are flexible and take an average of 60 minutes to complete, strive to...Read more
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CEP develops comprehensive parent curriculum focused on college knowledge. Parents and families are often left behind with misinformation and a lack of understanding about how to support their children on the college journey. This is especially true of low-income families, immigrant communities and families without college experiences. These workshops are designed to build on parent and family...Read more