EDUindex Ranking Showcases Top Ten NYC High Schools

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NYC high schools’ EDUindex, reflecting curriculum relevancy, reveals what schools are deemed best at offering classes that meet 2010 demands.

NYC Schools’ EDUindex Ranking is published, including nearly four hundred schools. EDUindex, Inc. is an education company that publishes the EDUindex, a number that represents the correlation of how a school’s curriculum matches the representative skills in the marketplace, as well as offers the accompanying EDUindex Gap Reports which show the detail of the numerical EDUindex. The company helps schools know what class electives could be offered to help motivate students and better prepare them for their future. “We are pleased to provide the NYC High Schools with helpful information, and congratulate those that have landed in the Top Ten of the EDUindex Ranking. These schools will be the first High Schools ever to have available their EDUindex Gap Reports which can help them offer the most relevant education in America,” says Gail Gessert, Ph.D., CEO of EDUindex, Inc.

The EDUindex Top Ten NYC High Schools include: 1) Satellite Academy High School, 2) John Dewey High School, 3) High School of Fashion Industries, 4) Urban Assembly School of Business for Young Women, 5) Norman Thomas High School, 6) Millennium High School, 7) John V. Lindsay Wildcat Academy Charter School, 8) Eleanor Roosevelt High School, 9) Vanguard High School, and 10) NYC Museum School. “I am personally glad that schools are rewarded for being relevant rather than only receiving accolades for high test scores. I look forward to meeting with each and every one of them to help them get their Gap Reports,” offers Lynda Valanzano, NYC Account Executive.

About EDUindex:

EDUindex, Inc. promotes relevancy in education. It is an information company not an educational testing company. The corporation has three initiatives: 1) Publish the EDUindex which is a numerical value that represents how well curriculum matches the needed skills of the environment; for schools, districts, cities, states, and regions. 2) Offer EDUindex Gap Reports to constituents (Schools, Parents, Publishers, Districts) which show the detail of what could be represented in the curriculum to increase relevancy for students, and 3) Offer the relevant curriculum that is prominently needed in Education (A later phase of the company.) EDUindex strives to help move Education in a meaningful direction reflecting the world's ever changing dynamic needs. EDUindex does not measure how well a teacher, or student, or school, or principal is doing, but rather seeks to offer them information to help meet their objectives. EDUindex offers a map to what our children need to learn for tomorrow!

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