ERB is the only not-for-profit member educational services organization offering assessments for both admission and achievement for independent and public schools PreK-grade 12 — including professional development services for interpretation, and links to next steps instruction within online assessments.
This year about 3,500 traditional and adult students attend classes on the 50-acre main campus in southeast Fresno or centers in North Fresno, Visalia, Bakersfield and Merced. The university also reaches more than 8,000 students nationally and internationally through professional development studies programs. FPU has the highest four-year graduation rate of any Central Valley college or university and is the Valley’s only comprehensive Christian university granting master’s degrees. FPU is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and ranked among the best in the Western universities—master’s category by U.S. News & World Report. The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education Magazine includes Fresno Pacific among its top 100 institutions for Hispanic students, and FPU has also been named a Hispanic-Serving Institution by The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities.
Inceptia made great strides in default aversion, compliance and financial education, working directly with students on their quest to fulfill their educational dreams and uphold their commitment to repay their student loans.
New Leaders for New Schools believes forward progression and true transformation of public education is the next civil rights movement.
New Leaders for New Schools is at the forefront of this movement, breaking new ground with dramatic improvements in urban school performance. They elevate urban student achievement beyond ordinary to extraordinary. Stellar academic success achieved by New Leaders Principals in some of America's major urban centers is clear evidence that children from all communities can achieve at the highest levels.
Founded in 1989, New Visions is dedicated to improving the quality of education that children receive in New York City's public schools using three key strategies - school creation, school support and human capital development.
Throughout their 21-year history, they have worked intensively with a core group of schools while fashioning strategies to improve student achievement across the board. Today, with 76 schools serving more than 35,000 students and implementing their own certification programs for teachers and leaders, New Visions supports a network similar in size to some of the nation's largest school districts. They are committed to proving what no urban district has yet to realize: that large numbers of urban students can graduate on time and be successful in college and in the workplace.
The College offers accredited undergraduate and graduate degrees in Massage Therapy, Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, and a Continuing Education Certificate program in Holistic Nursing for RN's.
The mission of North Star Academy Charter School of Newark is to prepare each student to enter, succeed in, and graduate from college.
- Establish common mathematics and science standards that are fewer, clearer, and higher, coupled with high-quality assessments. Improve math and science teaching, along with methods to recruit, prepare, support and manage the nation’s teaching talent. Redesign schools and systems to deliver math and science learning more effectively.
Over the next decade, the network will grow to 40 schools, providing academically rigorous and well-rounded instruction to children.
Founded by former inner-city teacher and gang narcotics police officer, Pat Ryan, the Alain Locke Initiative is driving accelerated achievement in urban schools nationwide -- identifying and developing education leaders who are in it to win it.