Atlanta, GA
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The PrOOF Project, Inc.

...Believing in Our Children, Believing in Our Future...

SPECIAL EDUCATION CONSULTING
EDUCATION ADVOCACY
CAREER MENTORING
WHAT WE BELIEVE

We Believe in Our Children…

The mission of The PrOOF Project is to guide today’s youth through the journey of
preparing for tomorrow. Our goal is to uplift communities that have been marginalized and disenfranchised as a result of race or socioeconomic status. We endeavor to offer children, educators,
and families the tools needed to experience success.

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WHY WE BELIEVE

We Believe in Their Future…

The PrOOF Project, Inc. was started in November 2014 as a vehicle to address the unnecessary
disparities that leave economically disadvantaged students of color without access to equitable educational opportunities. Youth in these constructed subgroups are subject to limited exposure, less experienced teachers, inadequate resources, and environments that are not conducive to personal, emotional, or social growth. As these youth internalize this undervaluation by society, their unique talents, abilities, and gifts are ignored and go untapped. 

Professional Development

Our gimmick-free, teacher-centered approach to professional development, allow educators space to challenge implicit bias and equip themselves with the strategies need to effectively run resource and co-taught classes. 

Education Advocate

We ensure that students of all backgrounds and zip codes are afforded an equitable educational experience by bridging the communication gap between parents, students, schools, and the community. 

Career Mentorship

Our career mentoring program focuses on the unique talents and strengths of students with limited exposure and opportunity. We endeavor to expose youth to options that will lead them toward a successful future.

TRENDS IN EDUCATION

Read of the Month

Check out our featured articles, books, and blog posts on education!

UGA professor: We’re teaching black kids survival tactics rather than how to thrive

Bettina Love explores race in the classroom in a new book based on abolitionist zeal… Click Here to read full article on ajc.com!

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Nadine C. Duncan, Ed.D.

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