LEGACY FOUNDATION

SCHOOLS

  • Legacy Foundation has provided educational acceleration programs for academically disadvantaged children which included individual tutoring to children and training of school personnel in techniques designed to help children with socially impaired development.

  • Legacy developed and provided character development programs to help schools improve their academic and social offering to parents and children.  Over 8000 teachers were trained and more than 150 schools were involved throughout the United States.

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    Combining teachers and parents into a coordinating system of motivating and influencing and improving communication, character, expectations, and responsibility in children produced amazing results. If a school can see improvement of between 2-3%, that is a tremendous outcome. This coordinated parent-teacher system averaged 5% improvement during the test years. This parent-teacher model requires little funding, and once implemented, it is self-sustaining and simply becomes a set of new skills teachers use. Please see the chart below to view test schools progress.

    SchoolPercent Improvement
    Heritage Academy-Phoenix, AZ Reading:
    11.5%
    Math:
    18%
    Language:
    15%
    Perry Elementary-Brigham City, UT Language:
    2%
    Math:
    11%
    Science:
    1%
    West Elementary-St. George, UT (second year results) Language:
    5%
    Math:
    6.5%
    Science:
    0%
    Green Acres Elementary-Ogden, UT Reading:
    3%
    Math:
    11%
    Language:
    12%
    Flandreau Middle School-Flandreau, South Dakota Reading:
    3.7%
    Math:
    2%
    Language:
    9%
    Alamaden Country School-San Jose, California Reading:
    3.7%
    Math:
    4%
    Language:
    4%
    Upland Terrace-Salt Lake City, UT Language:
    1.5%
    Math:
    3%
    Science:
    2.5%


  • Developed and provided schools with methods of improving classroom management tools designed to improve teachers reach to homes and families of low achieving children.