Rocketship Education: Setting standards For Chartered Schooling

To be able to survive in our world today, you must have skills, knowledge, and techniques in which you learn from having an educational background. Most of the companies need applicants who want to join their group that they must have at least completed schooling or even have attained any degree at least. Sadly, not all children have the chance to go to school because some do not have the financial capability to enroll themselves in the school they wanted to get the education they need. In some cases, some children receive training but do not get it from credible classes or even schools that have high accreditation.

In California, there is a non-profit chain of independent schools, which are which offers quality education to its students. Rocketship Education (RSED) was established by John Danner and Preston Smith in the year 2006. Rocketship Education provides schooling for children who do not have enough funds and capabilities to go to school. Since 2007, there are over 25 public schools that Rocketship Education had been opened due to the help and efforts of organizations in the community, educators, and parents.

On their first year, their primary chartered school, have scored highly in accreditation. Because of this, they had expanded and expanded and started to open their first public school outside of California. From then on, Rocketship Education had gained good reviews and was later on recognized. They are said to be a good alternative for children who cannot afford to school in private schools but still receive the quality of education needed. Their advance and strategic planning of lessons for children and make them ready for the next school year. Rocketship Education also offers pre-school because of the partnership between them and the Apple Tree Institute.

Rocketship Education had created a name in the education industry, especially in the different parts of the United States. They had established high standards in public schooling and had given many opportunities for children who cannot afford to go to school to be able to have the education they need to be able to compete in this world.