Reduce your likelihood of living in poverty by 98%!
Key 1 – Education
Richard ended up in prison after dropping out in 9th grade. But while incarcerated, he began to change his life, learning to read and educating himself. Richard kept learning after leaving prison, continuing on a strong path to success. Witness his transformation.
Key 2 – Avoid Single Parenthood
Monique also dropped out. She was pregnant with her first child. Single parents are 4-5 times more likely to remain trapped in poverty. Monique wishes she knew then what she knows now. She’s instilling respect for education in her kids so they can be successful adults and she’s still working towards her GED.
Key 3 – Work (Full-Time)
Work not only provides money needed to pay bills, but a sense of satisfaction and pride. Richard now has a profession, not just a job.
What choices will you make for your future? Will you use the 3 Keys to Success to help you?
3 Keys to Success covers numerous educational standards across several subject areas including Health, Social Studies, and Family & Consumer Science for grades 7-14+. To find which standards it covers specific to your grade, subject area, and which standards your district follows, use our Standards Alignment tool.