Shadow Project Helped Kids Transition Back to their Classrooms & Thrive

Preliminary results of our annual Survey on Student & Teacher Impact show The Shadow Project greatly helped students transition back to in-person learning in the 2021-22 school year. 

In seven Oregon school districts, students received targeted intervention for reading, sensory needs, social-emotional skills, and more. In the Survey, teachers shared many stories of how Shadow programs helped their students re-engage in learning and grow their skills. A full impact report will be shared later this year.

One special education teacher told us:

“After the Goal Setting Program, Andrew’s* decoding skills improved tenfold… and his pride in his reading abilities sky rocketed. The ability to set a goal and meet it was such a confidence booster and it got him excited to set more goals for himself and know he was a capable learner.”

All of this is possible because of our generous supporters. Thank you!

*Name changed for privacy

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