Bringing Case Studies to Life Through Virtual Tutoring

Our very own Education Director, Andrea Kolb and our Program Director, Elaine Maddon Curry were involved with several others; Kayla Hack, and Carla Zembal- Saul on a Research Project that highlighted the use of Virtual Tutoring. Virtual Tutoring started as an idea and has now become a crucial element in our After School Scholars Program, our students have increased significantly in their academia. The program itself continues to be modified and increased to provide better positive results. 

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Undocumented Fears by Jamie Longazel

The Hazleton Integration Project was included in a book, Undocumented Fears. There is a chapter on page 74- 78 where the role of HIP in the community is noted as "One of the clearest examples of this multicultural approach is HIP's emphasis on the potential of children to overcome social conflict", " Children in contrast will 'engage in activities together, the barriers of unfamiliarity will crumble and friendships will form'". Joe Maddon added " When the kids come [to the community center], the parents will [also] come and hopefully all that superficial nonsense will go away. It starts with the kids."

Dont hesitate  to read an incredible book based on Sociology, Political Science, Public Policy and Immigration Studies.

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