Sunday, May 12, 2013

Independent Survey Says Disengaged Students Struggle

Do students economically disengaged students struggle to connect a quality education to their future financial well-being? According to an independent research project, the answer to that question is yes.

Here's what the data says:
Here's what the kids said:
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The data was used to create an elective course at Omaha South High School, in Omaha, Nebraska. The school has grown to become the largest growing school in the district. To learn how you can create an elective course, using the curriculum and data at your school, contact Wes Hall @ wesley.hall@lausd.net or 402-612-3944.

Monday, January 21, 2013

Relationships Are the Key To Success!

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Relationship building is the foundation, upon which, all other learning must be built. Attempting to teach a student who possesses no relationship with you or to the value of the education you wish to impart is counterproductive, at best. The more economically challenged or disadvantaged the child, the greater the need to establish a solid relationship.

There is a mountain of research that points to the damage caused when the teacher or responsible adult does not develop a caring relationship with the student. Click the link below and view the Power Point presentation, "Relationship Building and Hope"
http://www.slideshare.net/weshall217/relationship-building-andhope

 For more information contact Mr. Wes Hall at 213-873-8203 or whall8882@aol.com

Oprah Extra

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In 2007, The Institute for Student Empowerment entered into a partnership with Omaha Public Schools to measure the attitudes and behaviors of at-risk students related to education and their future well-being.

More information is available here:
http://www.slideshare.net/weshall217/the-connection-initiative-15797118#btnNext

Bill Cosby Visits Wes and His Boys

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For more information contact Mr. Wes Hall at 213-873-8203

Self Development equals Wealth Development



"Self-Development equals Wealth-Development," says educator and author, Wes Hall. Hall helps student make the critical connection between education and their future well-being.

For more information contact Mr. Wes Hall at 213-873-8203


Northwest High School



Wes Hall motivates students at Northwest High School, in Omaha, Nebraska.

For more information contact Mr. Wes Hall at 213-873-8203

Title 1 - Best Practice's Conference


Wes Hall is the featured keynote speaker at the Title 1, Best Practice's Conference, in Omaha, Nebraska.

For more information contact Mr. Wes Hall at 213-873-8203