The Founder and CEO, Sandra Scott, has 35+ years of business experience. She holds a BA in Business, an MBA in Global Business Management, and has been certified in Early Childhood Development. Ms. Scott has a 20 year history in developing and implementing tutorial programs, facilitating financial literacy, conflict management, and critical thinking workshops. She has successfully mentored students and continues to serve as a tutor.
Ms. Scott is fully committed to helping children understand the importance of education. She is dedicated to cultivating practices that influence how children see the world and their role in successfully navigating through it.
Scott Institute of Learning recognizes the urgency of reaching children at a younger age. Conflict Management, Critical Thinking, and Financial Literacy programs have been designed to help third, fourth, and fifth grade children to develop skills that will transform their lives. Children will focus on learning:
Short Term Goals
1. Goal Setting
2. Benefits of Saving
3. Conflict Resolution Techniques
1. Improved Problem-Solving
2. Increased Academic Performance
3. Financial Independency
By teaching children to recognize and manage the many varied dimensions that impact everyday life, each child will learn to think through and avoid problems. They will learn to successfully maneuver their way through the decision-making process and to think about the long-term consequences of their decisions. We believe children can achieve when they are provided with the right tools.
Scott Institute of Learning's Core Beliefs:
1. Children First
2. Education Is The Key To Success
3. Families and the Community Are Valuable
4. Leadership and Accountability Are Critical
Elements of Success
DID YOU KNOW?
33 Million Americans are trapped in poverty.
Considerable research has been completed uncovering the correlation between the lack of education and poverty.
Moreover, many scholarly articles have been published linking a poor education with incarceration, substance abuse, diminished health and mortality rates. (Catholic Campaign for Human Development).
Education is the great equalizer that can minimize proverty and improve problem-solving.
According to America's Promise Alliance, one in three U.S. High School students (approximately 1.3 million each year fail to graduate).
Education can inspire, motivate and catapult an individual from the realms of poverty.
Ten, two-letter words that can change your life.
"IF IT IS TO BE,
IT IS UP TO ME"