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Students are Humans First

The Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice is redefining what it means to be a student-ready college, with a national movement centering #RealCollege students’ basic needs.  Food, affordable housing, transportation, childcare, and mental health are central conditions for learning. Without those needs met, far too many students leave college in debt and without degrees.

Lesson Plan

Module I: The Students We Have

The No-Longer-Non-Traditional Student (Demographics of College Students)

Students are Human First (Maslow over Bloom, Not Calling Students “Kids”)

The Challenges of the #RealCollege Student (Scarcity)

Food and Housing Insecurity

Beyond the Food Pantry (A preview of What are Colleges Doing, What’s Working, What Still Needs to Be Done- much more to come in later in-depth modules)

Module II: The New Economics of College

The Rising Cost of College and the Failure of Financial Aid

What’s Happening to Families and Financial Trauma

Low-Wage Employment and Working During College

The Shredded Social Safety Net

Declining Institutional Budgets and Inequality Across Institutions

The Health Crisis Facing Students

Module III: The Practice of Care in College

Listening to Students

Belonging and Community

Trauma-Informed Practice

Identity and Intersectionality

Institutionalizing Care through Policy and Pedagogy

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