With all the effort and money being poured into education, particularly intervention programs, in many areas we are still seeing a continued expansion of student achievement gaps and an alarming dropout rate in our schools. In the past, blame has been laid at the feet of teachers, administrators, districts and government for not providing, producing and delivering enough of virtually everything. Unfortunately, or fortunately (depending on your point of view) government is not to blame for this worldwide phenomenon.
We believe that the problem is not with our teachers, schools, administrators, districts or even government. We believe that the core problem with our schooling system is the inability to effectively help our students close their achievement gaps.
Our case studies show results that can be achieved when teachers implement the EDUSS Solution.
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