- The public education system, where roughly 90% of students are enrolled, isn’t working.
- No amount of resources can change the problems facing the public school system.
- The Emaginos solution is focused on engaging students by providing a customized education for every child and hands-on learning opportunities.
Grades have been turned in, and the public school system has failed — at least in the area of science. According to the National Assessment of Educational Progress (“NAEP”) science assessment, only 36% of 4th graders were proficient in science in 2019, with 35% of 8th graders reaching proficiency and significantly fewer — 22% — 12th graders testing at or above a proficient level in science (https://nnw.fm/43ymi). These are the type of results that Emaginos Inc., a REG-A company with news posted on Yahoo Finance, is determined to change. (See the company’s website if interested in investing.)
“These findings are more than just an embarrassment for those who run our nation’s educational systems,” a recent article noted. “They serve as yet another reminder that the public education system, where roughly 90% of students are enrolled, isn’t working. Indeed, a perusal of the report card’s sub-data shows that while results across the board aren’t great, public school students’ test scores are significantly lower than students enrolled in Catholic private schools, for one example.”
And earmarking more money isn’t the answer, the article goes on to point out. “Economic research shows no clear correlation between public education spending and outcomes,” the article states. “If throwing more taxpayer money at the problem could accomplish anything, we wouldn’t have such abysmal results. The truth is that no amount of resources can change the structural problems facing the public school system. ‘Pouring more money into the same broken system won’t fix the deeper problem — government monopolies have weak incentives to cater to the needs of their customers by spending money wisely.’”
The Emaginos solution doesn’t require additional money or other resources to fix the system; in fact, the company supports public schools and restores the concept of neighborhood schools being the center of communities. Even more important, the Emaginos Discovery Learning System is focused on engaging students by providing a customized education for every child and hands-on learning opportunities.
“Emaginos considers every child as special and at risk — some at greater risk than others,” the company explains (https://nnw.fm/rJTke). “We deliver a customized education to each child based upon a continuous improvement model. Our students master the academic content and high-performance skills without teaching to the test.”
For more information about Emaginos and to learn about investment and shareholder opportunities, visit www.Emaginos.com.
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