Three Ways We Transform Public Education

New Schools: Generation Schools NetworkTM is a leader in launching new schools, specifically in turnaround settings. We work with new school leaders to reorganize the resources that districts already have–particularly talent, time, and technology–to implement the first and only education model in the nation that expands learning time and reduces class size for all students in core courses in a cost-effective way. 

Click here to see results from Brooklyn Generation School    
and West Generation Academy.  

Enroll now at a Generation School - Brooklyn Generation School, Cincinnati Generation Academy, West Generation Academy 

Coaching and Technical Assistance: We help to transform existing schools and districts through coaching and technical assistance that drive more and better learning time using the Generation Schools Model in the areas of school redesign, retention and recruitment, learning and teaching, blended learning, health and wellness, college/career transition and leadership support and accountability.

Learning Opportunities and Resources: We provide learning pathways to individuals, schools, districts, and community-based organizations committed to reinventing public education with the goal of giving students the skills to succeed in school, work, and life. 


News and Upcoming Events

    Cincinnati Generation Academy Opening Fall 2014

    NOW ENROLLING Cincinnati Generation Academy is a new K-8 Community School in North Fairmount and Westwood Preparing All Students for Success in School, Work, and Life.  Parents can enroll their students by calling (513)389-0968, visiting the school at 2001 Baltimore Ave. Cincinnati, OH, or visiting the school website.  

    NOW HIRING Cincinnati Generation Academy is hiring. Teaching positions available at our K-8 innovative charter school using the nationally recognized Generation Schools Model. Click here for more information on positions being filled. 

    GSN named as one of three service providers to support extended learning time in NYC schools

    New York City has received a $7.6 million state grant for a program that will keep approximately 5,000 low-income students in class for at least an extra 300 hours next year.  Schools can partner with one of three organizations to create and staff the programs: The After School Corporation, the National Center for Time and Learning, or Generation Schools Network. Click here to read more.

    GSN partners with Pairin, Inc. The Talent Science Company

    GSN had partnered with Pairin, Inc. to develop the first ever  measurement system for life and workforce preparedness.  Click here to learn more and sign-up for the Project: BeReady Initiative.  The objective of this initiative is to design and validate a secure, web-based system built upon rigorously tested science for the measurement of personal and professional behavioral growth of identified characteristics that are needed to be successful in the workforce.

    View our 2013 Annual Report 

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