|Better Learning Environments through Innovative Educational Programming|
Our goal is to support educators in creating better learning environments for kids. Our authoritative professional development
media and web resources are designed to help teachers & school
administrators in meeting this challenge. At Atlas Initiative, we
encourage the use of evidence-based instructional practices, data-informed decision-making, and regular collaboration among the educators, support staff, and parents who devote themselves to doing what's best for kids every day.
Our team is dedicated to creating the highest-quality productions on the
topics that closely affect educators in the field. We believe that
frequent, ongoing professional development for teachers &
administrators is an essential component of a strong school system, as
important for the seasoned veteran as for the recent college graduate.
We founded Atlas Initiative with the primary intent of creating professional educational programming in an accessible format that can be readily integrated into faculty meetings, in-service workshops, and other professional development opportunities.
Atlas Initiative for Public Education is a Pennsylvania nonprofit organization dedicated to informing members of the public education community about current research, evidence-based practices, and other topics pertinent to the advancement of public education.
We carry out this mission to support educators in creating learning environments where the following values are prioritized:
| || ||We will accomplish our mission primarily through the production
and distribution of educational programming designed specifically for teachers, administrators, support
staff, parents & other community members, and college &
graduate students enrolled in teacher/administrator training programs.|
Recognizing the importance of collaboration among practicing professionals and experts in the field, we also aim to coordinate opportunities for professional consultation and technical assistance for educators seeking to implement student-centered, evidence-based strategies.