Happy New Year 2021!
Posted by Davidson guerrier December 31, 2020 12:00 AM
Happy New Year! We hope that you and your family are well and that you continue to thrive and persevere through these difficult times.
We want to thank you for being part of YPP’s giving community. Your financial and moral support is integral to YPPs work, it’s mission, and success. Davidson, Shuhana, Shawn and the entire YPP family, are grateful for any support you are able to give as we close out 2020 and welcome in 2021!Read more
2020 Year in Review
Posted by Arianna Gaston December 15, 2020 07:43 PM
“YPP is a collaborative work space that enables students, teens, and young adults to create spaces for their voices to be heard, where they have control over their learning and their leadership, allowing them to make a path for their own success!”
"We'd like to share some highlights from 2020 -- a few milestones that make us feel good about our progress this year"
~ Arianna Gaston, Senior MLW, YPP
September 24, 2020 :: Fall eNewsletter
Posted by The Young People's Project September 24, 2020 05:20 PM
We hope that you and your family are doing well in these trying times. As many of your own lives have been upended by the Coronavirus crisis, YPP as well has been working to adjust our work to safely continue to serve our students in our communities and pursue our mission to improve the outcomes of youth, through the catalyst of STEM literacy.
This summer we learned a lot about how our work can continue to grow and to evolve -- we’d like to share some highlights of this journey with you (below.) As we move into the Fall 2020-21 school year, in all of its forms, we hope to take these lessons forward and look forward to serving our students and sharing updates with you along the way!
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Virtual Town Hall: Quality Education as a Constitutional Right
Posted by The Young People's Project July 11, 2020 09:30 AM
A conversation hosted by The Algebra Project, the SNCC Legacy Project, Teaching for Change, and XQ Institute moderated by B.J. Walker. Co-Sponsored (in part) by The Young People's Project.Read more
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May 5, 2020 :: Spring eNewsletter
Posted by The Young People's Project May 05, 2020 05:15 PM
We hope you are staying safe during these unprecedented times. Here at YPP we have been working to adapt our teaching, learning and organizing to accommodate the numerous and often changing circumstances as a result of the global response to the COVID19 epidemic.
Below are some highlights of what we have been up to and what we are looking forward to!
Additionally, we urge you on this special #GivingTuesdayNow, to consider a donation to YPP (or another organization that you care about in your community.)
We join the Giving Tuesday movement in our belief that generosity has the power to unite and heal communities in good times and bad. A global threat like COVID-19 touches every person on the planet, and it presents an opportunity to come together as a global community. Let’s come together to create a wave of generosity, citizen engagement, action from business and philanthropy, and support for communities and nonprofits around the world.
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Getting Physical: How the Flagway Game Sparks Learning and Love of Math
Posted by Augustus Lee June 12, 2019 07:42 PM
We're not the only ones talking about Flagway! This article goes over the numerous benefits of Flagway, and gives examples of students who have learned to love math.
Check out the article here.Read more
Spring eNewsletter 2019
Posted by Augustus Lee June 01, 2019 05:51 PM
3rd Annual National Flagway Tournament in Washington!
This year’s 3rd Annual National Flagway Tournament took place at the National Math Festival in Washington D.C. on Saturday May 4th. Over 75 students from YPP programs in seven cities, including Alton (IL), Boston, Cambridge, Chicago, Mansfield (OH), Norfolk (VA), and Washington, D.C., competed for the title of best Flagway players in the country! The students were coached by their high school Math Literacy Workers (MLWs) and cheered on by many of their parents as well as attendees of the festival. In addition to the tournament, YPP high school students hosted multiple Flagway-themed and coding tabletop games during the festival. In all the MLWs engaged over 2000 children and adults across the two days of the convening!
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It makes you smart and helps your brain work!
Posted by Augustus Lee May 09, 2019 11:34 PM
The National Math Festival makes the news! Students are finding fun new ways to learn math, and Flagway is part of it.Read more
New England College Partners with Parker-Varney 4th and 5th Graders
Posted by Augustus Lee April 30, 2019 04:11 PM
Flagway is a national phenomenon! With the help of students at New England College, elementary school students from Manchester, New Hampshire are learning how to play the Flagway game.Read more
2019 National Festival Heads to DC on May 4th
Posted by Young PeoplesProject April 19, 2019 10:30 AM