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Speaker at The Charlotte Justice Conference

10.09.2019

Heart Executive Director Emily Gaffney led the “Education and Childhood Trauma” session at the Charlotte Justice Conference on 10/5/19. The second annual conference was organized by Christine Nicodemus and Heart tutor Tim Nicodemus and had around 115 guests in attendance at Project 658.

Emily offered context and statistics from CMS’s bold Breaking The Link report. The report begins with history of integration and re-segregation of Charlotte schools before sharing that a predictive link still exists between race, school poverty level, and academic outcomes – hence … continue reading

An Interview with a Volunteer: Adam Schauer

09.03.2019

It didn’t take long for Adam Schauer to become a devoted member of the Heart Math Tutoring volunteer team. Heart Tutoring’s ability to “immediately impact” the Charlotte community is what first intrigued Adam, a Client Portfolio Manager at Barings, about serving with us years ago. We recently sat down with Adam to hear what makes being a Heart Tutoring volunteer special, in his own words.

“You don’t even think about math. You’re just interacting with them.”

Beyond instilling the life skills that come with … continue reading

Join Us for Our Volunteer Kickoff Party!

09.17.2019

Heart Tutoring is hosting a Volunteer Kickoff Party to celebrate the start of the tutoring season! Join us at 8.2.0 Pizzeria & Bar on Thursday, September 26, from 6-7:30 PM. RSVP below!

 

8.2.0 is located at 820 Hamilton St, Charlotte, NC 28206

They have free parking in the parking deck and lot across the street. Just tell the parking attendant you’re visiting 8.2.0, and they’ll validate your ticket with any purchase! … continue reading

2019 Math Perspectives Summer Institute: A New Resource Series!

08.06.2019

Earlier this month, we had the opportunity to join educators from around the nation in a week-long training with Kathy Richardson and the Math Perspectives professional development team here in Charlotte. We had the chance to collaborate and encourage one another in creatively and effectively serving our students. As we prepare for a new school year, we are excited to continue growing and strengthening our approach to math instruction.

While the training was geared towards teachers, much of what we learned can be implemented by … continue reading

‘What Is Heart Tutoring?’ Webinar

08.02.2019


Learn more about our mission and model by watching our ‘What Is Heart Tutoring?’ Slides are available herecontinue reading

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