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New Book Says Public-Private Partnerships Key to Better Education for Students with Autism, Students At-Risk

May 19, 2015

Mark Claypool and John McLaughlin, two of the nation’s most inventive education thinkers, say it will take a fresh, bold...

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It feels good as Jose Ayala Vargas tries on his gown Monday afternoon before graduation begins at the Grand Island Ombudsman Center. The graduating class of 26 students is the largest class yet for the G.I. Ombudsman Center. (Independent/Barrett Stinson)

Ombudsman Graduation: Largest class on record (Grand Island, Neb.)

May 18, 2015

Enthusiasm was the word of the day as 26 students, the largest class in Ombudsman’s history in Grand Island, graduated...

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Kids Who Didn't Give Up Earn Diplomas

Kids Who Didn’t Give Up Earn Diplomas (Grand Island, Neb.)

KHGI-TV/KWNB-TV/KHGI-CD-Grand Island, Kearney, Hastings For kids who almost gave up on school, school could have given up on them. Now,...

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WE’RE IN THIS TOGETHER by Mark Claypool and John McLaughlin

Public-Private Partnerships Key to Better Education for Students with Autism, Students At-Risk

May 17, 2015

Within the pages of We’re In This Together, Claypool and McLaughlin immerse themselves in the interface between public education and...

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Opinion: The unintended consequences of public school reform

May 12, 2015

While the goal of K-12 school reform is admirable, there are a number of unintended consequences that keep some public...

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Educational Leaders Share Thoughts on Business & Education in Schools

May 6, 2015

Educational leaders, Mark Claypool and John McLaughlin, recently authored a book titled We’re in this Together: Public-Private Partnerships in Special...

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Podcast: The Advantage of Public-Private Partnerships For At-Risk Education

How can we help public education better serve at-risk children? Mark Claypool, President and CEO of Education Services of America...

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Mark K. Claypool, President and CEO of Educational Services of America

Educational Services of America President & CEO, Mark Claypool, Named EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Award® Finalist

May 5, 2015

Mark Claypool, president and CEO of Educational Services of America (ESA), was named a finalist for the 2015 EY Entrepreneur...

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Ava’s Law Impact: Victory for Children with Autism (Georgia)

April 21, 2015

POOLER, GA – Georgia will soon become the 41st state to mandate insurance for children with Autism. 38 states have...

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Ombudsman South student, Sasha Spenser works with teacher, Dara Leonard, to build a Women’s History Month wall collage honoring women who have excelled in mathematics. Throughout the month, Ombudsman teachers educated students on the importance of positive self-esteem by creating wall collages where students and staff shared motivational quotes, personal affirmations and photos of empowered women who have impacted their lives.

Ombudsman Chicago Celebrates Women’s History Month

April 11, 2015

Empowering the next generation of female leaders According to a 2014 report on the state of self-esteem, the majority of...

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