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Provider

National Geographic Learning (NGL)

Contact Information

Primary

Debra Moulton
12245 W 29th Pl
Wheat Ridge, CO 80215

Phone: (303) 238-4987
Email: debrasmoulton@aol.com

Secondary

Mera Evans
1 Lower Ragsdale Dr
Bldg 1, Ste 200
Monterey, CA 93940

Phone: (831) 620-6295
Email: mera.evans@cengage.com

General Information

Website: www.ngsp.com & elt.heinle.com
Screenshots / Demo: n/a
Effectiveness Data: n/a
Type of Organization: For Profit Company
Organization is best described as: For-Profit
Age of Firm / Number of Years in Operation: 100
Level(s) services may be provided: - Elementary
- Middle
- High School
- District
Provides performance guarantees in contract: NO
Educational Services Provided Assessment
Content Curriculum Programs
Curriculum Alignment
Dropout Prevention and Intervention Services
Instruction
Professional Development
Technology
21st Century Skills
Specific Content Area :
Core/Supplemental ESL, Core/Supplemental ELA, Core/Supplemental Science, Core/Supplemental Geography

Name of Schools/ Districts that this organization has served in Colorado:

1. Christine Muldoon
Director of Innovative Education Services
Centennial BOCES
(970) 352-7404 ext 1180
cmuldoon@cboces.org,

2. Patricia Ritz
ELA Curriculum Coordinator
Denver Public Schools
900 Grant St. Room 601
Denver Co. 80203
(720) 423-3058
patricia_ritz@dpsk12.org


3. Danny Hanlon
English Language Learners
Secondary ELL Teacher
ELL Program Liaison
Windsor (Weld RE-4) Schools
v-mail: (970) 686-8087
daniel.hanlon@weldre4.k12.co.us

Recent References:

1. Christine Muldoon
Director of Innovative Education Services
Centennial BOCES
(970) 352-7404 ext 1180
cmuldoon@cboces.org,

2. Patricia Ritz
ELA Curriculum Coordinator
Denver Public Schools
900 Grant St. Room 601
Denver Co. 80203
(720) 423-3058
patricia_ritz@dpsk12.org


3. Danny Hanlon
English Language Learners
Secondary ELL Teacher
ELL Program Liaison
Windsor (Weld RE-4) Schools
v-mail: (970) 686-8087
daniel.hanlon@weldre4.k12.co.us

Name of Schools/ Districts that this organization has served in other states:

1. Sam Nofziger
Coordinator of English Language Program
Fresno County Office of Education
(559)265-3098 ext 3228

2. Gabrielle D'Andera
Elk Grove School District
Education Consultant
(916)320-3608

3. Susan Perez
Director of English Language Learners
Pajaro Valley Unified School District
susan_perez@pvusd.net

4. Dr. Yeong Jeong Son
Language Acquisition Coach
Boston Public Schools
617-635-8883
Yeonjeong.son@gmail.com

5. Lucy Feria
Director Office of Multilingual Curriculum
Philadelphia Public Schools
215-400-6861
Lrodrigu@philasd.org



Qualifications of this Organization (licensure, trademark, etc.):

National Geographic Learning (NGL) is dedicated to publishing and delivering a vast array of educational materials and services with the express purpose of providing students of all ages with the means to reach their full learning potential. NGL offers the finest research-based, scientifically proven products.
As a leading educational publisher of print and electronic products, NGL continually revises its product lines in order to remain on the cutting edge of the field. We maintain large scale, internal operations that range from research and product development to product management, sales operations, customer service, and client support. NGL has both the systems and human resources in place to meet the needs of any size school or district.
The curricula and supplies provided by NGL include the powerful brands of National Geographic School Publishing, Hampton-Brown and Heinle Publishing groups.
In 2011 National Geographic School Publishing/Hampton-Brown merged with Cengage Learning effectively creation and premier provider of PreK-12, academic and adult education instructional solutions.

Qualifications of Instructors/ Staff that Provide Services:

National Geographic Learning (NGL) staff of more than 150 professions who possess a wealth of experience in education and business, with many holding advanced degrees. Our office-based staff, which includes our product development and management teams, is augmented by a nationwide network of consultants, sales representatives, professional development personnel and regional managers. Our entire staff has extensive experience working on-site with range of clients, including state agencies, large school districts, and individual private schools to ensure they are realizing the full potential of our products and services. For a list of consultants please contact us directly.

Cost:

Please visit our websites www.ngsp.com or elt.heinle.com or contact our local sales reps:
Debra Moulton (303)238-4987
Leti Ortiz (719)200-3971

Explanation of how we are able to provide differentiated services to meet the individual needs of schools and districts.

National Geographic Learning (NGL) publishes standards-based print and technology materials for Language Arts, Social Studies, Science and Content Literacy. Our consultants will work with each school/district to determine which products and services best meet the educational needs of students, selecting from the many available within our catalog.

How will we evaluate our services and support to schools and districts and its effectiveness in school/ district/ student achievement?

National Geographic Learning (NGL) is committed to results-driven learning for educators to ensure academic success for all students. Our team is experienced working with districts across the country to address the literacy, language, and content needs of diverse learners in grades K-12. NGL will collaborate with educators, at the district and school level, to create a climate that cultivates leaders, develops a shared vision, and creates a cycle of continuous improvement promoting effective teaching, and fostering student engagement / motivation with a solid emphasis on academic rigor for all students. NGLís professional development team will partner with district/school leaders to develop and execute action plans that will provide leaders with the data and tools needed to sustain an ongoing, job-embedded professional learning model with systems in place to monitor the effectiveness of district/school improvement plans. Our collaborative approach includes:

1. Initial Planning: NGL will partner with district/school staff to identify goals, develop needs assessments, and target professional learning resources that align with district/school goals.
2. Gather Data: NGL will deploy, gather, and analyze data from needs assessments, partner with educators to analyze student data from state assessments and district benchmarks, and can observe teachers in action to identify areas of need.
3. Develop Action Plans: NGL will share data and recommendations for improvement with district/school leaders and develop plans to roll out a professional learning model focusing on the needs of all educators and students to support academic success for all.
4. Execute Plans / Monitor Effectiveness: NGL will partner with district/school teams to execute plans and utilize data, both teacher and student, to monitor the effectiveness of the professional learning model.

Sample of services offered for a school or district:

Under 500 Students:

National Geographic Learning provides a variety of products and services that support the education of students in schools and districts of all sizes. Our consultants and product specialists, as well as our customer service staff, work closely with each customer to determine what products and services meet the school or district's needs. Services include printed and electronic materials coupled with product training and support, as well as professional development related to the use of the products.

500-1000 Students:

National Geographic Learning provides a variety of products and services that support the education of students in schools and districts of all sizes. Our consultants and product specialists, as well as our customer service staff, work closely with each customer to determine what products and services meet the school or district's needs. Services include printed and electronic materials coupled with product training and support, as well as professional development related to the use of the products.

1000+ Students:

National Geographic Learning provides a variety of products and services that support the education of students in schools and districts of all sizes. Our consultants and product specialists, as well as our customer service staff, work closely with each customer to determine what products and services meet the school or district's needs. Services include printed and electronic materials coupled with product training and support, as well as professional development related to the use of the products.

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