Your fourth grader's reading under the common core standards
Your child's reading will leap forward as fourth grades are asked to read more demanding fiction and nonfiction while improving their decoding and fluency skills
Supplementary Learning Strategies to Support Student Success in Algebra I
This research brief is one of five that summarize the literature in different topic areas1 related to helping struggling students in Grades 6–9 succeed in algebra.
11 Facts about education in America
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Inspiring people to realize their full potential and walk in their purpose.
JECC is a child-focused and family-centered agency that was incorporated in July of 2004. The agency’s core philosophy is that everyone is equipped with innate gifts and talents that will enable them to achieve their purpose in life.
Building strong families through counseling education and consultation
"Inspiring people to realize their full potential and walk in their purpose"
JECC’s staff work from a strength based perspective recognizing the potential in everyone. Comprehensive and relevant services are provided based on the client’s partnership and desired outcomes. The client’s physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health; along with their community context, are paramount in understanding the needs of the client and working towards resolutions. A crisis is viewed as a teachable moment and “one size” does not fit all; interventions are tailored to meet the individual needs of all who are served.
JECC Core Values
JECC - Johanna Exemplifies Competency and Commitment
Competency: JECC staff are experienced, highly qualified and receive continuous professional development ensuring optimal service delivery.
Commitment: JECC staff work in partnership with the client diligently striving to achieve the client's desired outcomes.
“Walk in your full potential.”