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Our Impact

Transforming Life Challenges Into Possibilities

Life Pieces To Masterpieces
2014 - 2015 Outcomes

 

After School Program (ages 3 - 13)

  • 93% of Apprentices in our After-School program maintained or improved their grade in Reading
  • 97% of Apprentices in our After-School program maintained or improved their grade in Math
  • 90% of Apprentices speak positively about their futures 100% of Parents believe that Life Pieces is a safe place for their sons (compared to Ward 7 and 8 statistics on violence and crime)
  • 97% of Parents say their sons speak positively about their futures
  • 90% of Apprentices can identify positive male role models

 

Saturday Academy (ages 14 - 17)

  • For the past 6 years, 100% of the seniors in our Saturday Academy program have graduated from high school and continued on to pursue secondary education or career training programs (compared to the DC graduation rate for Black males)

 

Education Architect (ages 18 - 25)

  • 90% of LPTM's Education Architects passed the ETS Para Professional Exam
  • Initially, 41% knew emphatically that education was their career choice, but by the mid-cohort focus group that number grew to 90%.
  • 33% did not know how to prepare for a job interview ­- 100% checked in post surveys that they now know how to prepare for a job interview

 

Latest News

This month's featured masterpiece is titled "Masterpiece David" (2013). The artist says, "No matter what they say about me... read more
The Art by Life Pieces 2016 exhibit at the Pepco Edison Place Gallery is open to the public October 3 to  November 7, free... read more
Are you interested in impacting change in the classroom? Sign up to join Education Architects! Contact mkie@lifepieces.org... read more

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Life Pieces To Masterpieces is proud to be selected as "One of the best small charities in the Greater Washington region."

 

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