A.R.E.A. aims at teaching adults helping kids.

We create resources that help adults understand the subject matter taught in public schools so that children can receive better community assistance with daily homework and study activities from ordinary adults.

Eighth grade proficiency scores in Alabama have historically been diplorable, presently ranking 49th in the nation (U.S. Census, 2015).

These eighth graders grow into adulthood. Only about 27 percent of them go on to attain their bachelor's degree. The implication is that perhaps no further proficiency has been accomplished for 73 percent of Alabama high school graduates. So how, then, can the same adults help the next generation with academic concepts?

We can help! 

Our workshops familiarize adults with the subject matter that the next generation needs to know, in order to succeed.

Sign up today for a workshop!

               MEET OUR BOARD

DEVELOPING

MOVING ALABAMA FORWARD...

Joanna E. Gomes,

President

Timesha Taylor,

Vice President

Lynn Kendall,

Secretary

A*R*E*A is Alabama's newest educational nonprofit organization.

 We officially formed on February 10, 2017 and recevied 501(c)3 status in August of 2017. Presently, we are excitedly gathering funding to host numerous workshops throught Alabama. You don't have to wait for a workshop though, call us today to set up an appointment!

Would you like to host a workshop at your school or social organization?