Seasoned education leaders to drive growth and broaden efforts in addressing chronic absenteeism, opportunity gaps, and teacher shortages in urban districts.
Concentric Educational Solutions’ own Evalyn Waller is one of many experts all across the country who share insights on how to make classrooms more inclusive for the new school year.
From lack of internet access to clothing insecurities, students are often kept from school due to circumstances outside their control. At Concentric, we use data collection to identify patterns and determine how to eliminate them.
Professional Student Advocates (PSAs) understand that to impact the lives of the students they serve, they must go above and beyond. They are tutors and mentors, but more than that, invaluable resources for students seeking academic support, guidance, and personal development. PSAs go above and beyond their job responsibilities to ensure students have the necessary …
At Concentric, our core values — authenticity, commitment, tenacity, transparency, and professionalism — anchor everything we do. These five cornerstones are essential to our identity, culture, and mission.
For International Women’s Day, Concentric proudly celebrates and uplifts our female leaders, educators, and mentors.
Oftentimes we leave the word “love” out of professional settings. What we don’t understand is love is at the core of all organizations, especially service-oriented organizations. Those of us with a deep sense of personal leadership, are driven by passion and purpose, which are rooted in love of not only what we do but a love of people.
This is a heartbreaking story of children who were not attending school, left home alone that quite possibly would have had a disturbing end had there not been an intervention. This is why the work Concentric does is so important. We need to be sure kids are safe and attending school! Watch now
I was watching episode 6 of the Wire where Michael B Jordan’s character, Wallace, was living in an abandoned home with about 5 other school-aged children. These children were elementary school-aged and reporting to school regularly, while Wallace sold drugs. This obviously was a troubling sight. To make it worse, I was sick with Covid while watching this. So, while I was already feeling like crap, this made me feel worse. Why?
In our latest vlog, we discuss Finishing the School Year Strong: Tips for Vendors Supporting Schools.