At the Langston League, we seek to address educational and opportunistic inequalities in at-promise neighborhoods, through culturally relevant and equitable curriculum.
Our primary focus is literacy, infused with S.T.E.A.M.d. elements–science, technology, engineering, arts, mathematics, and design.
While increasing exposure, awareness, and programming is placed on the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics portion of S.T.E.A.M.d., students traveling up the academic pipeline, in communities of color, are rarely exposed to Arts and Design aspects of the discipline.
Our curriculum encourages interactivity, incorporating game sites, educational apps, interactive journals, manipulatives, and more.
Lesson plans are designed to reach audio/visual, read-write, and kinesthetic learners, at all times.
Our long-term vision is to align ourselves with organizations seeking to level the academic playing field in underserved communities.
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We teach a variety of genres, including, but not limited to, fiction, informational, memoir, poetry, playwriting, and scriptwriting. Students will read, analyze, annotate, and discuss important works while learning to find their own writing voice.
Scholars learn web development, digital design, and how to utilize the latest educational tools and apps.
Students utilize all skills taught, to put on a huge culminating showcase. Showcases include: spoken word poetry, gallery viewings, debates, speeches, literary readings, dance, interactive workshops, digital set design, and more.