Adult Learning Program (ALP) – African Canadian Transition Concentration

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21 Woodlawn Road, NSCC Arkeley Campus, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia B2W 2R7 , Canada
Adult Learning Program (ALP) – African Canadian Transition Concentration
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Adult Learning Program (ALP) – African Canadian Transition Concentration

21 Woodlawn Road, NSCC Arkeley Campus, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia B2W 2R7 , Canada

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If you self-identify as being Black/from the African Canadian community (of African descent), you also have an option of starting the Adult Learning Program (ALP) program in the African Canadian Transition concentration offered at Akerley Campus in t

Concentration Overview
If you self-identify as being Black/from the African Canadian community (of African descent), you also have an option of starting the Adult Learning Program (ALP) program in the African Canadian Transition concentration offered at Akerley Campus in the evenings.

In the safety of your classroom, you discuss topics such as racism, power, privilege and politics and will be encouraged to strive for excellence in all that you do. Using the principles of Africentricity, information is presented through the student's eyes by validating African knowledge and contributions to society. You are exposed to African Canadian role models and mentors and become empowered to embrace a positive self-image.

After one year, most participants will transition into the ALP program to complete the courses needed for their high school diploma.

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21 Woodlawn Road, NSCC Arkeley Campus, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia B2W 2R7 , Canada
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