Archive for the ‘Education’ Category
In its continuous effort to provide transparency with respect to its school turnaround efforts, Mosaica Education announced student achievement data today for the Muskegon Heights Public School Academy System. The Muskegon Heights Public School Academy System was established at the beginning of the 2012-13 school year, when the state-appointed Emergency Manager for the School District […]
04.18.2014 : Posted in Education, In the News, Press Releases and tagged education reform, Education Turnaround
Ohio Department of Education recognizes Columbus Preparatory Academy as a High Progress School of Honor
Congratulations to Columbus Preparatory Academy (a charter school managed by Mosaica Education), honored by the Ohio Department of Education as one of 37 High Progress Schools of Honor on December 5, 2013. According to the Ohio Department of Education’s official media release, High Progress Schools of Honor score in the top 10 percent of schools as ranked […]
12.12.2013 : Posted in Education, In the News, Leadership, Press Releases
Mosaica Education announced today that it has partnered with the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education (USC Rossier) to provide its schools with a broad range of benefits, including scholarships and enhanced professional development opportunities for its teachers and greater access to hiring top teaching talent for its schools. USC Rossier will utilize […]
11.25.2013 : Posted in Education, In the News, Press Releases, Teacher Employment
USDLA Honors Mosaica’s Co-founder with Outstanding Leadership For Excellence in Distance Learning Award
Dr. Dawn D. Eidelman, co-founder and Chief Education Officer of Mosaica Education was honored yesterday evening by the United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA) with the world’s most prestigious distance learning award presented for excellence in distance learning: Outstanding Leadership by an Individual in the Field of Distance Learning. The prestigious USDLA International Awards are presented […]
04.30.2013 : Posted in Education, In the News, Leadership, Online Schools, Paragon Curriculum, Press Releases and tagged Highlights
The Paragon Curriculum is a pillar to our student’s education at Mosaica. The word paragon means “a model of excellence,” and that is exactly what we strive for with our college liberal arts education that begins in Kindergarten and continues to build depth in successive layers through the grade levels. Paragon teaches to the whole […]
02.01.2011 : Posted in Education and tagged Charter Schools, Highlights, Mosaica, Mosaica Education, Mosaica Education Inc., Paragon Curriculum
As we approach National Charter School Week, there is much to be excited about. In our country, more than 1.6 million students attend charter schools and the numbers are growing. With strong bipartisan support in Congress, we are well on our way to achieving a more favorable political environment to support charter school growth and […]
04.23.2010 : Posted in Community, Education and tagged charter school, Charter Schools, education reform, Inc., Mosaica Education, National Charter School Week
Wednesday was the first of two student count days this school year, and those districts and schools saw drops in enrollment of between five and 129 students this fall compared to last fall.
Only the Western School District, Leslie Public Schools and Jackson Arts and Technology Academy — a charter school in the city — reported gains.
Jackson Arts and Technology Academy gained the most students with an increase of 55 students from 108 last fall to a count of 163 Wednesday.
10.02.2009 : Posted in Education, Enrollment
Principals and superintendents around Bay County wanted to make sure the highest number of students were in class Wednesday for the state’s count day, which falls at the end of September each year. In Bay County, Bay County Public School Academy, a charter school, was the only district to gain, with 58 more students compared to last year’s fall count.
: Posted in Education, Enrollment
ABU DHABI // Private companies will have a hand in the management of every state high school in the emirate when the new term starts next week, as part of the Abu Dhabi Education Council’s effort to turn around failing schools.
The schools will become part of the public-private partnership programme, a pilot initiative now in its fourth year. A total of 147 schools – roughly half of all state schools, primary and high, in the emirate – will be participating in the programme this autumn. Last school year, 118 state schools participated.
09.25.2009 : Posted in Education, International Schools, School Reform
Mosaica Education, Inc. and Atlanta Preparatory Academy were featured in a Huffington Post article written by Tom Vander Ark. The article dicusses the role of the private sector in education. Vander Ark contends, Mosaica is “offering a service that is clearly superior to near by public schools and doing it for less money”. He futher contends, ” private sector investment and innovation should play a more important role in American education”.