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National Council for Better Schools

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Status: Private Company   Founded: -   Annual Revenue (2019):
Exchange: - ID #: NA6267   Number of Employees: -
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Industries:  Child Care Services & Elementary & Secondary Schools, Education, Educational... Click here for more

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The AJA Research Group, the parent organization of the National Council for Better Schools, was founded in 1991. In 1994 the organization sought to address the widespread sale and use of illegal street drugs among this nation‘s youth population. A four year study was conducted using undercover operatives and with the compilation of the current literature, The Good Book About Bad Drugs, became the first major project completed by the organization. The book is a parenting guide to help parents to mitigate the potential that their children will become involved with the sale and/or use of illicit drugs.

Since then, the organization has addressed a variety of social, economic and educational issues in the United States. In August 2004, Myron Anderson, President of the organization, became immensely concerned with the rising high school dropout rate among African-American students across the country. As a result the organization embarked on yet another major research project and determined that the dropout problem was the product of many undesirable circumstances

Resultantly, the National Council for Better Schools, was created to address this problem utilizing the Internet to bridge the gap between low performing school districts and successful districts. Our two websites and will address the root cause of the problem by having younger students become more cognizant of the correlation between academic success and becoming self sufficient later in life and by identifying schools and school districts that are unreceptive to the needs of the students in communities they serve.
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