LeBron James’ I PROMISE School Opens Its Doors for the First Time Today


LeBron James has worked tirelessly throughout his career off the court to help build up his community. He’s donated time, money, effort and his voice to numerous causes and often speaks about his own humble upbringing in relation to kids who also have obstacles to hurdle in order to get ahead.

Today, his quest to empower the future of America hits a remarkable milestone…

According to Cleveland.com, the inaugural class consists of 240 students, 3rd and 4th graders, who are under-performing in reading, math and other areas of academia. The curriculum at the school is largely STEM-based and will allow students to take a more active and hands-on approach to their learning.

This school will be a bit different than other public schools in that the hours of operation are 9am-5pm from July to May. Longer school days and longer school years will eliminate the downtime of summer break in which students tend to forget the things they just learned.

This innovative way to educate kids might become the blueprint for how public schools approach education in hopes to improving America as a whole.

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