In education, the CHILD comes first and so The Ducere Group has built its models—for services, for curriculum, for programs, for the organizational culture– around the needs of the students. Students served include those who are often underserved and disenfranchised; those who experience disabilities; those who are gifted and talented; those who learn through unique learning styles; and those whose culture, color or creed is misunderstood.
From here we have begun the building of our village by joining with communities and organizations. These are grand ideas that cannot be achieved nor developed alone. The Ducere Group is developing partnerships and collaboration to make these concepts a reality.
Interested in collaborating? Contact: Calyn Holdaway at 253-353-4230 or email her by clicking here.
The Ducere Group is happy to work in conjunction with Parent Learning Solutions, LLC to provide advocacy training to families who have children with special needs. Parent learning solutions provides advocacy to help parents work successfully with schools and also partners with specialists to help parents create great results with their kids both at home and at school.
The Ducere Group is excited to be a part of the South Sound Autism Partnership, which is a partnership of local agencies, families affected by autism, organizations and community stakeholders with a vested interest in autism within the South Puget Sound area of Washington.
We would like to issue a special thank you to The Salvation Army of Bellingham for their partnership and willingness to share resources to some of the families who came to The Ducere Group for Christmas and Holiday assistance. This year we reached out to more than 40 families, offering assistance with food, toys, and winter clothing.
Stay tuned for more information on our upcoming Think Tank. All non-profits and educators interested in finding solutions for educationally at-risk youth via experiential and interactive STEAM programs are invited to join us. For more information contact Calyn Holdaway at 253-353-4230.