The Difference Between What We Do

and What a School Does

Traditional Classroom Setting

  • Overcrowded classrooms  
  • Wide range of student's academic abilities and needs
  • Wide range of behavioral needs  
  • Monitor data and progress  
  • Differentiate work to fit each learner
  • Modify work for IEPs
  • Address legal components of IEPs
  • Departmentalized classrooms carry this same taxing requirement for multiple classes 
  • Very few teachers are able to do this every single day 
  • Important tasks are overlooked

How We Support 

  • We work with academics and projects assigned to the student 
  • We go backwards or forward in the standardized curriculum according to the academic needs of the student
  • We fill in learning gaps
  • We work with the components of the IEP
  • We address behavioral and organizational needs
  • We go into the schools and hold conferences with family members, teachers, and administration
  • We provide academics based on standards when school is not in session
  • We provide wrap-around services that addresses what teachers may not find time for in the course of a school day
  • We help raise grades and test scores
  • We are not a school, we support all educational platforms such as home schooled, home-bound, virtual student, brick-and-mortar
  • We support transitioning students IEP or not
  • We support college bound/college prep
  • We provide services from Pre-K through adult learner