Think Together Agreements
SANTA ANA, Calif., March 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — There are false discussions about improving public education in America. Some say that teachers` unions are the main problem, while others claim that they are business reformers. The cause of the problem depends on who you ask, which often leads to an unnecessary clue. If we consider the superficial debate behind us, there are more commonalities and reasons to hope that one could not think so. And in places that could be overlooked. About THINK Together THINK Together is a non-profit organization that works with communities, parents and other stakeholders to transform and energize the K-12 education system and create excellence and justice for all children. We teach, help, inspire and care for children to reach their full potential. It has become the largest provider of advanced learning programs (early reading, after school, summer learning, etc.) and currently cares for more than 100,000 students at more than 400 sites in 40 school districts, from San Diego to Silicon Valley. Collaboration with school administrators and teachers, its academic programs and a team of 3,000 people help students across the country. THINK is an acronym: Teaching, Helping, Inspiring and Nurturing Kids. For more information, call (888) 485-THINK, visit our website at www.THINKtogether.org or like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/THINKtogether.
Community leaders gathered to open the doors of the Shalimar Learning Center, a safe space for local children, to come after school and get help with homework. All proceeds from the sale of THINK Together: How You Can Play a Role in Improving Education in America will be used to support THINK Together programs. Visit Amazon to buy copies of the book. thinktogether.org/book/ For citizens, taxpayers, parents, grandparents, volunteers, mentors, philanthropists, principals, teachers, administrators, school officials, policy makers, influencers and people of faith, THINK Together is an essential guide to the challenges and opportunities facing U.S. public schools.