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SCA Launches successful project-based learning program

With the help of Bethany Christian Services, SCA partnered with six Saugatuck High School students to create a 12-week project-based learning program focused on child homelessness.
The project explored the lives of children who have aged out of the foster care system who are left to fend for themselves—often unsuccessfully. Students worked collaboratively to create a video for Bethany to raise awareness for the issue, with the project and overarching program garnering attention from organizations nationwide.
Read the original article here.

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Teen Homelessness

The six Saugatuck High School students in the "I Am Justice" team produced this video as part of their 12-week project based learning collaboration with the SCA. Their project based learning program focused on the all too real problem of teen homelessness in our area, especially older teens in the foster care system (often considered unadoptable) who will "age out" when they turn 18. The goal of the I Am Justice team is education and advocacy -- this video is a strong tool for accomplishing both.