Larry Lipman to visit Michigan to introduce reading, math proficiency program
Larry Lipman, CEO of Alliance Learning will be visiting Michigan to introduce an online math and reading teaching program.
[USPRwire, Tue Jul 13 2010] Larry Lipman, CEO of Alliance Learning of Greenwood Village, Colorado, will be visiting Michigan to meet with schools, cultural organizations, companies, and government agencies at the end of July.
Lipman will be in Oakland and Macomb counties on July 27, Grand Rapids on July 28, and Detroit on July 29. To schedule an appointment with Lipman, contact Rick Weaver of Max Impact in Rochester Hills at 248-802-6138.
Alliance Learning offers an online program designed to bring any child or adult to the reading and/or math grade level proficiency they desire within a few hours of online work.
The program, known as Alliance Integrated Multi-dimensional Teaching Assistant (IMTA), is an innovative educational solution constructed to make a positive contribution in K-12 education, job seeking, adult learning and GED, and inmate rehabilitation.
EDUSS IMTA has a proven track record covering ten years on five continents. It meets requirements for Response to Intervention (RTI), credit and grade recovery, and Title-1 programs. It is also a beneficial component for ESL/ELL, gifted and talented, summer school, and after-school programs.
Learning gaps have been increasing, according to Larry Lipman, President and CEO of Alliance. “We believe that the core problem is the inability to efficiently help our students close the achievement gaps.”
In Dallas, EDUSS IMTA produced a 40 point gain on average in about 12 hours of time over 10 weeks. Prior to EDUSS IMTA, four high schools ranged from 21.5 to 38.6 percent on their TAKS M-1 state testing score to 64.6 to 76.4 percent following IMTA.
At Monticello Academy in Utah a 77.1 percent proficiency was increased to 91.3 following EDUSS IMTA.