The more educated someone is the less likely it is that they will live in poverty.
Poverty Rates are 5% for people with a bachelor’s degree or higher, 10% for people with some college but no degree, 14% for people with a high school diploma and no college and 29% for people with no high school diploma.
LEO works with education partners to identify and evaluate programs that increase success in school from early childhood to adulthood.
Featured projects include Stay the Course, a community college completion program designed to help low-income students overcome the non-academic barriers that often lead to students dropping out of school.
|Project Name||Project Stage||Partner Name|
|21st Century Scholars Nudge||Completed||Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation, South Bend Community School Corporation|
|Adult Core 40 High School Completion Program||In Progress||Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana|
|Comprehensive Coaching for At-Risk High School Youth||In Progress|
|Practice Makes Perfect||In Progress||Practice Makes Perfect|
|Ready4K||In Progress||ParentPowered, Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction|
|Stay the Course||Completed||Catholic Charities Fort Worth, Tarrant County College|
|Stay the Course - Expansion||In Progress||Catholic Charities Fort Worth, Tarrant County College|
|Stay the Course - Replication||In Progress||Catholic Charities Fort Wayne-South Bend, Catholic Charities Fort Worth, Catholic Charities of Baltimore, Catholic Charities of Kansas City-St. Joseph, Catholic Social Services of Columbus, Columbus State Community College, Community College Of Baltimore County, Ivy Tech Community College, Metropolitan Community College|