Catapult Learning is extremely fortunate and excited to be participating and presenting as an Education Service Provider at this year’s at the Georgia Department of Education School Improvement and Turnaround Vendor Fair.
Please stop by and “Hello” to the Catapult representatives on hand at the fair. They are more than happy to discuss the ways that Catapult Learning can help with School Improvement and Turnaround in your district. We look forward to seeing you there!
If you have questions please contact Richard Blackburn at firstname.lastname@example.org
Georgia DOE School Improvement and Turnaround Vendor Fair Agenda
Tuesday, February 21, 2012 – Vendor Orientation
1:30 p.m. Sign in (Light refreshments)
2:00 p.m. Dr. Michael Buck, Welcome and Purpose
2:30 p.m. Sylvia Hooker, Overview of February 22, 2012 Activities
3:00 p.m. Vendor Set Up (Projector, screen and laptop will be provided by GaDOE).
Please have your presentation on a thumb drive. We will load it on the laptop in your assigned room immediately following orientation. We suggest however that you also have your presentation loaded on your personal laptop in case of technical difficulties.
Wednesday, February 22, 2012 – Vendor Fair
7:00 a.m. Sign in / Light refreshments- visit exhibits
8:00 a.m. Sylvia Hooker, Greetings and Overview to participants
Concurrent Presentations: (We have built in each presentation five minutes for transition) Room assignments (A and C)
8:30 a.m. Room A: Integrated Educational Strategies; Room C: Global Partnership Schools
9:10 a.m. Room A: Institute for Student Achievement; Room C: Highpoints Learning
9:50 a.m. Room A: ViziTech USA; Room C: Mosaica Turnaround Partners
10:30(break & vendor exhibits)
11:00 a.m. Room A: Catapult Learning;
Room C: Academic Learning School Turnaround (Learning4TodayCompany)
11:40 a.m. Room A: Vendor National Board for Professional Teaching Standards;
Room C: NCS Pearson, Inc.
Lunch: 12:20 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. (on your own) There is a dining facility on site.
1:00 p.m. Room A: The Leadership and Learning Center; Room C: Teachscape, Inc.
1:40 p.m. Room A: C.R.A.M.; Room C: American Reading Company
2:20 p.m.(break/light refreshments & vendor exhibits)
2:50 p.m. Room A: Kaplan K12 Learning Services, Room C: Scholastic, Inc.
3:30 p.m. Room A: SREB; Room C: Edison Learning
4:10 p.m. Room A: Delaney Educational; Room C: Foundation for Educational Success
4:50 p.m. (complete evaluation)
About Catapult Learning
Achieving Beyond Expectations: Serving K-12 children who struggle with academics.
We believe the key to unlocking a child’s potential lies within a motivating learning environment that is sensitive to his or her unique instructional needs. That’s why we partner with schools and school districts to better understand the challenges children face, and offer customized solutions that range from small-group K-12 instructional intervention services, to extended-day and summer learning programs, to turnkey professional development and more.
For 35 years, Catapult Learning and our predecessor companies have partnered with education institutions, government agencies, and community groups, providing outcomes-based learning programs that are tailored to individual student needs and produce positive academic results. Catapult Learning, a privately owned company, is a leading provider of contracted educational services to schools and districts nationwide and last year we provided more than 106,000 services to students in approximately 1,400 schools. We are currently the largest, most experienced provider of contracted educational services to non-public schools in the country. Our instruction, our services, and our people motivate the students we serve to achieve great success in school and beyond.