The separation between what traditional schools want learners to achieve—“high performance on basic skills tests”—and what the workforce wants to see—“quality of their work and the quality of their character”—is ever expanding.
Seeking to reverse this trend, EL Education has set out on a mission to “redefine and raise student achievement.” Focusing on the mastery of knowledge and skills, character, and high-quality student work, EL Education isn’t looking for a simple solution to a complex problem. Rather, they are ready to jump in the deep end and address the root of the problem: our system of learning and system of working are no longer one in the same. The breadth of their work is impossible to capture in a quick summary, so we encourage you to check out what they have to offer for you and your learning community by following the links below.
Last updated on 12/08/2016