- Emaginos is first company with actionable plan to transform, improve public schools rather than replace them
- The company has support from both major U.S. teachers’ unions
- Emaginos filed a provisional patent application for its proprietary EdManage platform
In a space where investment windows are few and far between, Emaginos offers a unique opportunity for altruistic individuals to change the educational landscape (please see website if interested in investing). The company, which is raising capital from the general investing public under provisions of Regulation A, is seeking $3 million to implement its proven, patent-pending K-12 education system and transform the nation’s educational system.
“Emaginos is the first company with an actionable plan to transform and improve public schools rather than replace them,” the company explains (https://ibn.fm/VkLX5). “The Emaginos model utilizes existing funding, facilities and staff to improve educational approaches and outcomes, in many cases saving school districts money as they subscribe to and implement the Emaginos platform.”
And while the Emaginos system is designed to ultimately help schools and districts save money, the company is also working to ensure its investors may realize return on their investments. As schools adopt the system, the cost to implement the program decreases while an increasing number of schools climb aboard.
“Our solution is a subscription service,” explains Emaginos president Allan Jones (https://ibn.fm/qcfgH). “We have no local district executives collecting outrageous salaries. The teachers run the schools using the tools and resources provided by Emaginos. For a reasonable fee, Emaginos provides a comprehensive suite of services that empowers and enables the school district to transform itself into an engaging learning environment. The districts still control their schools. For the same money they were spending on a defective program, we enable them to deliver a high-quality education.”
The Emaginos system is gaining support — and momentum. The company reports that it has support from both major U.S. teachers’ unions, the American Federation of Teachers and the National Education Association. That backing strengthens the company’s position as it moves forward toward widespread marketing and implementation of the Emaginos model in public schools throughout the United States.
In addition, the company recently has filed a provisional patent application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for its proprietary EdManage platform, an educational technology (edtech) analytics platform that aggregates and analyzes all of a school district’s data to deliver actionable information to users throughout the system (https://ibn.fm/TpQG9). EdManage integrates all of the devices and applications within a school system that traditionally operate independently.
Emaginos is a company dedicated to transforming K-12 public schools into a model composed of integrated, proven best practices. The company opposes replacing public schools with charter schools or damaging public schools by draining resources through vouchers or school choice programs.
Emaginos firmly believes in restoring the concept of the neighborhood schools as the center of the community. To achieve this vision, Emaginos begins by transforming an initial school in the district into a charter school as a model for the transformation. The charter model, in this instance, uses the concept as it was intended, to test and demonstrate the effectiveness and efficacy of a new model in the district. After the model is successful in the charter school, the lessons learned are used to directly transform the rest of the schools into effective public schools.
For more information about Emaginos and to learn about investment and shareholder opportunities, visit www.Emaginos.com.
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