Our 

mission

 

Crossroads Education is led by a team of experts ranging from education to technology. We aim to improve learning outcomes for all students by advancing innovation in education across the United States.

Our 

vision

We believe technology, collaborative peer-learning, distributed education through eLearning and high-quality instructional talent, when applied appropriately, can instigate breakthrough progress in advancing education.

Our 

values

Elevating Students
Deep within our DNA we believe in the opportunity for all students to self-determine, think critically, and succeed. We believe students hold a knowledge base within themselves and when elevated, students can take their education into their own hands and teach each other. 

Prioritizing Equity
When disadvantaged by geography, race, history, cultural barriers or disaster, we passionately focus on finding and scaling solutions that can elevate the course of these students’ learning and change the course of our educational systems.

Transformational Model
We fundamentally believe new strategies and ideas, from homegrown innovators and, even students, can deliver the breakthroughs necessary to create progress on the scale our education system demands. 

Relentless Innovation
Science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) change the trajectory of education. We apply these concepts to defining problems, unlocking solutions and measuring outcomes for our service delivery model and programs.                            

Advanced Mathematics & Scientific Instruction
Advanced knowledge and experience – as mathematicians, scientists and technologists – drives us and creates the core of Crossroads Education work. 

Open Collaboration
Solutions demand collaboration and creativity from everyone. As the catalyst for new solutions, Crossroads Education works with solvers and partners, and aligns ideas with resources to create scale, take action and deliver measurable results for our education system.

Our 

promise

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We believe all students and families should have access to quality education. We will do our part to dismantle systemic inequality and champion equal opportunity. To that end, we seek to include those from historically marginalized groups — women, people with disabilities, people of color, people who are formerly incarcerated, people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and/or gender nonconforming, first and second generation immigrants, and people from low-income families.

We’re committed to fair treatment, access, and advancement for all members of our staff — from interns to top management. A sense of belonging is important to us, so we actively foster a workplace where everyone is and feels welcomed, respected, supported, and valued.