New company brings innovative learning ecosystem to students
around the world.
|Photo: Julie Young|
GPA offers international students the opportunity to earn a dual diploma from their native country in addition to one from a U.S. accredited high school through virtual learning. Initially, this program will be available in Asia and will expand to Latin America. The company is developing plans for a unique exchange program where students and teachers can spend time learning and teaching in the U.S. and the international countries where its students live. The design of the program emphasizes a personalized student-centered education curriculum in language arts, college prep and Advanced Placement courses along with leadership and entrepreneurial learning experiences. In addition to helping students gain the latest skills and knowledge, GPA will provide college counseling, career exploration and English as a Second Language (ESL studies).
“Today’s students are tomorrow’s citizens,” said Young. “They deserve education that prepares them for our ever-changing world. Our global learning ecosystem provides virtual and classroom-based quality education so no student will be left behind, regardless of where they are in the world. GPA brings together a leadership team of the best and brightest in the online education industry. With the latest technology and teaching practices, we will deliver learning experiences designed to keep students at the center, where they can thrive and reach their full potential.”
With over 30 years of experience in education, most recently in digital online learning, Young joins GPA from the Florida Virtual School where she was the founding president and chief executive officer.
Global Personalized Academics (http://www.gpacademics.com/) (Sibling Group Holdings, Inc.) is a virtual and classroom learning company that is helping students across the globe transform the way they learn. Headquartered in Orlando, we have 18 employees that provide live online teaching with asynchronous learning via a robust curriculum of nearly 200 courses through the latest technology.
Source: Business Wire (press release)