Dr. Earl Holliday
How to motivate & teach at-risk students is a universal academic problem that demands to be addressed as we move further into the 21st Century. What can be done to challenge the culture of a school and its adjoining community?
A growing dropout problem, the downward trend in standardized test scores, and the dramatic increase in violence leads one to believe that far too many of today's boys have either lost interest or hope while others are simply out of control.
With our boys, there must be a clear understanding of the crisis they are facing, how multiple factors converge in replicating their crises, and what each of us can do to begin to intervene. In the discovery of strategies, we can all participate in the solution.
One of America's greatest current challenges is reversing the steep decline in the intellectual performance of many boys enrolled in public schools.
Through Boys Transitioning, Inc., a 501(c)(3) organization, Dr. H.E. Holliday is committed to identifying many of the academic, physical, emotional, and psychological transitions boys must navigate during their formative years by suggesting new strategies to assist boys in negotiating these radically different stages in life.
Are you ready to make a difference?
Career Education Partner
“An engaging conversation on overcoming the challenges that arise at various stages in the lives of our sons."
This is an opportunity to participate in roundbreaking education activities that impact our youth. The workshops and seminars focus on educating, inspiring, and exposing K-12 youth and parents to many opportunities available for their future. For sponsorship opportunities, please complete the form on the Contact page.
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