Improving Student Performance for More than 35 Years
For over 35 years, Catapult Learning has been dedicated to improving academic achievement for students from Pre-K to grade 12, with a special focus on intervention for struggling learners, building teacher capacity, and graduating more students. Catapult Learning’s nationwide network of 4,100 teachers, coaches, and consultants partners with over 300 school districts across the country.
At Catapult Learning, we give you the tools you need to provide good instruction, but more importantly, we show you how to use them. Our experts work tirelessly to develop curriculum, gather resources, collect school data, and train leaders and teachers across the country to make sure that your students get the best possible education and that your teachers have access to cutting edge curriculum, training, and resources. We specialize in services for at-risk students including academic tutoring, expanded learning time, RtI intervention, and Common Core training.
Like you, we want to play a part in developing the next generation of innovators and achievers. We think all students deserve an equal chance at success, which is why we focus on supporting at-risk students and their teachers and families with proven instruction, capacity-building training, and specialized services.
Today, we partner with over 300 districts and 3,000 schools coast to coast, providing services to 300,000 students annually. Our home base is in Camden, NJ.
Catapult Learning's EduExperts
Dr. Susan Abelein, Senior Advisor for Private & Religious School PD
Dr. Andrew Ordover, VP of Product & Curriculum
Jessica Bianculli, Regional Director of Professional Development and STEM Specialist
Andrew Kenger, Director of Achievement
Dr. Sean McGrew, VP of Assessment & Evaluation
Marsha Irvin, Senior Director of Achievement
Dr. Ron Valenti, National Manager for Private and Religious Schools
Lee Anne Housley
Lee Anne Housley, Director of Educational Partnerships for the Southwest
Heather Bickley, Philadelphia Coaching Supervisor
Diane Rymer, Vice President of Professional Development.
Eurmon Hervey Jr.
Dr. Eurmon Hervey Jr., National VP and Superintendent of Schools
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