Americans believe fundamentally in opportunity, and that each of our nation’s children should achieve to the highest limits of his or her character and intellect. This is true from shore to shore, from North to South. It is true in Columbus.
But poverty and lack of parental involvement often create an achievement gap between ability and performance.
The most effective way to close this gap is by providing long-term mentoring and guaranteeing college funding for deserving students.
Where Mentoring Meets Hope click here to read the Ledger Enquirer Feature Story