Educational inequality is the unequal distribution of academic resources, including but not limited to; school funding, qualified and experienced teachers, books, and technologies to socially excluded communities.
The consequences of education inequity include differences in access to schooling, retention and, more importantly, learning. Globally, these differences correlate with the level of development of various countries and regions.
Every student, regardless of their socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, background, or any other factor that might be a potential hindrance, deserves access to quality education and resources that are equitably distributed across all socioeconomic boundaries. College Pathway furthers this notion through our various programs.
College Pathway teams up with other student-run nonprofit organizations and NGOs to donate educational and technological resources to impoverished schools worldwide.
We design comprehensive, self-learning workbooks encompassing universal curriculum that are distributed to schools around the world to enhance students' learning.
We host informational FAFSA and scholarship workshops for low-income high school students across the United States to educate them on various financial opportunities to support their college aspirations.
Through a plethora of peaking engagements at various places (both in-person and virtually) and multiple collaborations with student-run organizations and NGOs, College Pathway continuously advocates for an equitable distribution of resources among schools and exemplifies our mission statement of 'equality in education.'
SPEAKING & PRESS ENGAGEMENTS
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Welcome! We're currently working with two other student-run nonprofits to raise money to fund laptops and educational resources that are to be distributed to disaster-stricken areas in the Philippines. We appreciate your support!