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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Charter Schools, Education

Mission: To increase and improve energy education, environmental awareness, technology-enhanced learning, and media arts programs in today's education system.

Results: The majority of our focus has been on fundraising, social promotion and advocacy of ESEI, gifted and talented programs development, Autism program advancement through project-based science and engineering curriculum, charter school development, and several teacher action research projects.

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Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Board Member

Rating: 5

I have been a part of Energy and Science Academy since the inception, and I became involved for very simple reasons. This organization is made up of some of the smartest, most creative, and most dedicated people I've ever met in my life. Each contributing member brings a unique background and a common goal to Energy and Sciences. This organization has a vision of individualizing education and maximizing opportunities for every student from any background.

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Donor

Rating: 5

I am proud to be a donor for ESA. I truly believe in what they are doing and striving for.

Jenniseco

Board Member

Rating: 5

Energy and Sciences has done an excellent job of using today's most modern educational research and needs and applying it to their mission. The individuals involved have done a great job of making decisions based on our students needs. Most importantly, this nonprofit is not solely focused on one group or demographic. Much of the research is all-inclusive, and applies to students from gifted, talented, exceptional with specific work in autism and engineering, high-income, low-income, etc.

There is no such thing as an average everyday student, and their research and programs are working to cater to this by meeting student needs through modernized, differentiated, and holistic theory and applications. This is such an important cause and movement for our new and fast paced digital age.