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Welcome

Dual-Education: Academics Aligned with Apprenticeships

From Pre-K to Ph.D. / Professional

Constructing a Community of Educated and Experienced Lifelong Learners!

Welcome

 “For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, saith the LORD, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you an expected end.”  Jeremiah 29:11 (KJV)

America's Education Problem

America's Education Solution

America's Education Solution

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Every year, over 1.2 million students drop out of high school in the United States alone. That’s a student every 26 seconds – or 7,000 a day. The U.S., which had some of the highest graduation rates of any developed country, now ranks 22nd out of 27 developed countries. Furthermore, in the U.S., high school dropouts commit about 75% of crimes.

America's Education Solution

America's Education Solution

America's Education Solution

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Dual Education a.k.a. Career and Technical Education (CTE) can benefit students directly by providing earning advantages before and after graduation. It can benefit them indirectly by increasing engagement, retention, and persistence and by directing them to postsecondary education and pursuit of lifelong learning.

The Shattered Dream

The Shattered Dream

The Shattered Dream

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6.6M

PEOPLE ARE CURRENTLY IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM IN THE UNITED STATES - Bureau of Justice Statistics

4.5M

OF THOSE PEOPLE ARE CURRENTLY ON PAROLE OR PROBATION MANY FOR WELL BEYOND A REASONABLE TERM  - Bureau of Justice Statistics

80B

IS THE AMOUNT SPENT ON CORRECTIONS ANNUALLY – FAR MORE THAN ANY OTHER COUNTRY IN THE WORLD - Prison Policy Initiative


The American Dream

The Shattered Dream

The Shattered Dream

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 The NEW IAM-USA Dual Education Academies will benefit the disadvantaged segment of the student population directly by providing earning advantages before and after graduation. 


IAM-USA 2020 is the year of vision, mission and implementation. 


The 2020 launch delivers one (1) Dual Education High Schools in every State and U.S. Territory to accommodate 5,500 High School Students in the first year, with annual increments in student numbers and expansion.