"da sapienti et addetur ei sapientia doce iustum et festinabit accipere"
July 2019... our NGO is born...
The Prismatic Message Project (MP) strives to end inequities in schools and ensure that all students have access to a vibrant education.
Young Athletes It can be a challenge to help students strike the right balance between athletic aspirations and academics. Kids who are focused on both athletics and their education tend to have packed schedules, but they also have the advantage of having other activities once they're out of school. Parents of athletic-minded children should support their kids in pursuit of sports activities, but must also make sure that they have a solid educational foundation for their future career-which may not involve sports.
SHY/WITHDRAWN STUDENTS Among students who are (compared to their peers) inactive in the classroom, many are well adjusted academically and socially but relatively quiet and content to work independently. Some are problematically shy or withdrawn in varying degrees.
Immigrant students Integrating migrant children into mainstream classes from the beginning of their schooling is associated with better outcomes than enrolling them first in preparatory language classes and delaying entry into mainstream courses. While language training is essential, it should be offered in addition to, not instead of, regular course work.
Special Educational Needs “A child with special educational needs shall be educated in an inclusive environment with children who do not have such needs...”
Serious Illnesses When someone is diagnosed with a serious health condition, priorities can drastically change. But being so focused on coping – or in some cases, just surviving – doesn’t mean education must fall to the wayside. Fortunately, there are many resources available for students diagnosed with a serous illness to succeed in school and even more information for educators and families looking to support them along the way.
The organization trains teachers and administrators to create engaging classrooms, rigorous instruction, and school policies that support positive learning environments.