Help 455 At-Risk Children in Mexico Stay in School

Nov 12, 2012

Teacher's mentorship

Dear friends,

Hope all is well with you.

 As we previously announced you, we recently opened two new groups of the Ethics, Empathy and Wisdom program in Sedac. Both of them are starting the phase 1, while the other four groups are now studying the second phase of the program.

This program’s objective is to develop new skills in the children, and it offers a great opportunity to the teachers who implement it, as well. The persons who were initially selected to teach it are in constant training and supervision by CIDEL (Center of Investigation in Ethical Development).

Both Sedac’s teachers who implemented the program last year, finished with great results and have received the opportunity to continue their training for two more years to obtain a Masters degree. For them, these new phase includes the mentorship to one more teacher each, who will be under their supervision and training along the whole year. This new generation of teachers (Claudia and Andrea) is in charge of the children who recently started phase 1.

Because of these great opportunities that the program is giving to the whole community to improve their quality of life, we are very happy to continue sharing with you these news!!





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