Lebron James Launches New Program to Help Adults in Akron!

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The 30-year-old athlete’s foundation partnered with Project Learn of Summit County to help adults obtain their GED in a program called “I PROMISE, Too.”

According to Cleveland.com

In a news release, James’ foundation’s executive director, Michele Campbell said, “We are so excited about the I PROMISE, Too program because a huge part of our foundation’s work (with children) centers around parent involvement. This is an opportunity to help our parents make strides in their own academic careers so they are better equipped to help our students keep their educational promises. We can’t reach our students without their parents’ support, so this program is monumental for our families and their futures.”


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