The following quote from our visionary founder, Jack Taub, captures our passion
“Customizing education for every child will ensure that never again will our
children’s hopes, futures, and dreams be determined by the color of their skin, the
quality of their healthcare, the poverty in their home and/or community and last
but far from least the teachers’ and students’ ability to withstand the frustration
and boredom inherent in today’s public education systems. We will unleash
America’s greatest natural resource; the minds of our children.”
Jack Taub – 2008
Emaginos is dedicated to transforming America's K-12 public education system
by engaging every child through customized education. Our model is the
TLC Model developed at the Tracy Learning Center in California.
We do not seek to either take over the schools, or eliminate them and replace
them with charter schools, but rather to facilitate existing governments and school
boards in transforming the existing public school system.
Unless you were one of the very fortunate few, school did not come close to
providing you the best learning environment. You probably found school boring;
except when you were allowed to work outside the box.
Unfortunately, the lid on the box didn’t open nearly often enough. The same
can be said for kids at the other end of the intellectual spectrum. Only for them,
the box has a trap door that opens frequently and lets too many of them drop
We have created a system that is outside the box – and we want to show
parents, schools and districts how to redefine the box so that every student
gets a customized education.
Educating children doesn’t happen in a vacuum, it happens in a community.
Beyond the transformation of schools, we intend to restore the local school to its traditional position as the community center for education, athletics, cultural andsocial events, business, economic development, athletics, and health and wellness.Creativity expert Sir Ken Robinson challenges the way we're educating our children. He champions a radical rethink of our school systems, to cultivate creativity and acknowledge multiple types of intelligence.Click Here to See His TED Talk:How To Escape Education’s Death Valley