Ed Inquiry’s educational communities bring together individuals with a shared vision to level the playing field for K-12 students in all communities, especially lower income. Our community also includes high school teens looking for opportunities to learn and lead, and educators that want to collaborate in a space that allows them to grow professionally and personally.
These Ed Inquiry virtual communities are bringing education, exposure, and employment to create the next generation of educational innovators and leaders.
Ed Inquiry’s virtual communities have been meticulously designed to cater to the needs of talented and gifted middle-school students within the Commonwealth. These communities provide an enriched and stimulating environment, where students delve into real-world math problems, such as budgeting for a car, understanding housing options and planning for life after high school.
We recognize the value of practical experience in shaping young minds. Ed Inquiry’s virtual spaces offer exemplary teens a virtual community that offers mentoring, leadership opportunities, and real-world experiences so they can kickstart their professional journeys.
Instructors are the heart of education, and we believe in giving them the freedom and support they need to excel. Our virtual communities provide instructors with the ideal platform to thrive, experiment, and innovate in their teaching methods, creating a dynamic and engaging learning environment.
“… able to discover patterns in student education data that others miss. … capable of discovering students’ strengths and weaknesses and provide feedback to educators to help the students thrive. … work has also helped reveal inequities in the support systems for advanced African American math students in Massachusetts… “
Chief Analyst at Massachusetts Dept of Elementary and Secondary Education
Results don’t lie: From Good to Great
2023 Summer Math Instructors (Virtual)
Stata Programmer (Freelance Virtual)