HISTORY

Founded in 1997 Learning Alliances, LLC (LA), is a nationally recognized education services firm that provides creative solutions to meet the myriad of educational challenges communities face today, including but no limited to the effective delivery of standars-based curriculum and establishing highly effective learning environments. In collaboration with school districts, municipalities, counties, and charter boards, Learning Alliances develops and implements comprehensive Professional Development Services as well as Education Projects that address the needs of diverse student populations. Much of our work has been in urban center including Newark, New York City (NYC), and Puerto Rico.

Learning Alliances has been offering Professional Development Workshops, Coaching and Technical Assistance expertise to over 3,000 schools and over 21,500 teachers for the public and private sector:

(1) Professional Development for Public and Private Schools; (2) Open Enrollment for Private Schools; (3) Intensive Assistance to Failing Schools; (4) BEC 21: served over 106 bilingual schools, to help start the program as specialized learning centers in Puerto Rico as requested by the Special Education Office to train teachers on the implementation of the Positive Behavioral Interventions and support PBIS framework.

1997 - 1999

Launched after school pilot program project at 11 schools, under Title I funding.

1999 - 2000

Launched Extended Learning Day programs at 100 schools, serving 13,000 students, under Title I.

2000 - present

Launched Professional Development Services for private school teachers, under Title II, Part A funding.

2000 - present

Launched Professional Development Services for public school teachers, under Title I funding. Launched Support Parents workshop services. Over 15,000 parents thus far have received Parental Involvement workshops.

2003 - 2012

Over 2,500 teachers hired to serve more than 25,000 students who received high quality Reading and Math tutoring under NCLB Supplemental Education Services (SES) funding.

2004 - 2006

Launched services for teachers, parents, students, and the community at 35 21st Century Community Learning Centers, under Title IV, Part D funding.

2012

Launched Bilingual Education 21st Century (BEC 21) program, providing high-quality PD and educational services to 106 schools.

2013 - 2016

Launched Equitable Services to private schools, under Title I funding.

2013 - 2018

Awarded School Transformation SIG grant (1003(g)) for two schools in Puerto Rico.