In today’s age of technology, there is not much in our lives that is not dependent on our access to a computer or the internet. Our urgency for change stems from national statistics provided by NCES and the National Adult Literacy Survey that state low literacy rates of elementary school children predetermine them for a life of criminality. High drop-out and class failure rates correlate with inability to complete homework. Poor education leads to increased juvenile delinquency and future incarceration.
It is our time to use the power of technology as the equalizer for our humanity’s potential and OPEN Doors to opportunities that lay the foundations necessary to build communities in which all can thrive. When we stand together and believe in one another’s potential we empower our ability to create a brighter future for everyone.