Men of Tomorrow (MOT) launched in 2011 at Legacy High School as an all-male English class with the focus of growing successful men inside and outside of the classroom setting.
The program expanded to T.A. Howard Middle School at the start of the 2017-18 school year as an opportunity for male students to receive all of their core content instruction in an all-male setting.
T.A. Howard's program meets the specific learning need for males through three research-based best practices: the use of visual aids, movement within the classroom setting and a need for competition.
Although their core classes (English, math, science and social studies) contain all-male students taught by a male teacher, MOT students can still partake in other extracurricular activities. A special education teacher is also designated to the program.
There are approximately 96 students enrolled in T.A. Howard's MOT chapter, and seven teachers are part of the program.