NUA partners with urban school districts across the country to accelerate and raise student achievement through professional development based on the Pedagogy of Confidence and designed to promote students’ high intellectual performance. Our efforts have produced tangible results for the educators and students we serve.
After three years of NUA partnerships in each elementary and middle school, all schools in the Albany Public School District for the first time saw the majority of their students
Since 2006, NUA has been active in 17 of the 30 elementary and middle schools of the Bridgeport Public Schools.
At the Delaware Community School in Albany, New York, principal Thomas Giglio reports that “The NUA philosophy of ‘no learning can occur without first building relationships’ is a way of life for us at DCS.
Southwick Elementary in Indiana was on academic probation in 2010. NUA began a program of teacher professional development with Southwick
The district has made unprecedented gains with NUA support in 2010 and 2011.
Chronically tardy students from schools in Greene County School District are routinely relegated to attend Saturday School.
After four years of NUA services, the Indianapolis Public School District saw dramatic improvements in student performance on the Indiana state assessment.
In the Minneapolis West Metropolitan Education Program (Districts), after four years of NUA services, the district saw positive results in student performance.
At Visitacion Valley Middle School, a school with a long history of poor academic outcomes, NUA provided professional development and on-site support.