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Liberty Partnerships Program

Co-Principal Investigators:
Graduate School of Education Dean, S G Grant 
Amy Humphrey, MM/HRM

Program Secretary: Heather Crandall

Office: AB 119
Phone: 607-777-2468
Fax: 607-777-6041

E-mail: humphrey@binghamton.edu

The Binghamton University Liberty Partnerships Program (BU/LPP) is a collaboration between the college, schools and community agencies that provides support services for between 225 and 280 students each year in cooperation with the Binghamton, Windsor, and Susquehanna Valley school districts. The program develops effective strategies and activities that have laid the groundwork for the Academic Interventions Services (AIS) these districts offer as mandated by the commissioner of education. To accomplish this, BU/LPP places full-time, dedicated staff members in the participating school districts to work directly with at-risk youth.

In addition to the full-time staff, Binghamton University graduate and undergraduate students serve as tutors and mentors and many more complete internships and practicums in the BU/LPP to fulfill degree requirements, volunteering thousands of hours of community service each semester.

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Last Updated: 3/20/14