In recent months, several studies have been conducted on funding disparities between traditional public schools and public charter schools. Most focus on the “average” disparity between the schools. Look a little deeper and you will find the inequity to be
On December 30, 2018, the Chicago Tribune ran an article(click that link) titled, “High Flyers seek College Degrees While in High School.” The picture from the article is above and features Erin Lewis, Shania McDonald, Kyleah Martin, Lillian Santana and
Dear Friends: Baton Rouge Mayor Sharon Weston Broome (above and below) joined the Board of Directors for GEO Academies earlier this week to cut the ribbon on our fourth campus opening in the past five years. This time, we cut
At GEO, we are on the front lines of today’s headline debates. Equity, the achievement gap, high school dropout/graduation rates, college completion, college debt, Covid-19 slow down, virtual education, minority leadership and so much more. We face these challenges everyday.
Posted: Aug 6, 2020 / 06:23 PM EDT / Updated: Aug 6, 2020 / 06:23 PM EDT INDIANAPOLIS — A new school on Indy’s east side is helping area high school students earn a high school diploma while earning college
Parents of a freshman in high school might feel like they’re getting ahead of the curve by starting to think about college. In some respects, they’re probably right. But they also could be wrong in one major way. Students from
Last December, I introduced you to Erin (above), a junior in our high school at the time who is also a junior at Purdue University NW. She is studying biotechnology and will earn a full bachelor’s degree in 2021 BEFORE
Dear Friends: The Covid-19 virus has led many high schools across the country to delay or virtualize their graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2020 but at GEO, we took our graduation to the Drive In. Yes, the Drive In.