Our Acelero Learning's latest center for the children and families in the community of Camden welcomed Mayor Dana Redd, Congressman Robert Andrews and many more for our house ribbon cutting, Thursday, October 31st, 2013.
Acelero Learning will provide high-quality services to 800 young children and their families in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - July 19, 2013
Acelero Learning has been selected by the US Department of Health and Human Services to be one of four Head Start grantees for Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Acelero Learning will provide services in Milwaukee through Acelero Learning Milwaukee County, a subsidiary of the company that will serve as a Head Start delegate agency for the Milwaukee service area.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE.
March 24, 2011 Las Vegas, Nevada
Acelero Learning Clark County is delighted to announce that Yvette Sanchez-Fuentes, the Director of the office of Head Start, will visit Acelero Learning Clark County on Friday, March 25, 2011.
Five-year-old Ronessa Clemming took a proud curtsy in front of federal Head Start Commissioner Channell Wilkins as he praised a story she wrote with her teacher during Monmouth County Head Start's new summer school program. Channell Wilkins, federal commissioner of Head Start programs, visits the Asbury Park Head Start Center. His visit was to review programs offered bythe county's newprovider, Acelero Learning Monmouth County Head Start Inc., whose founder and CEO is Aaron Lieberman.
Jonah Edelman, a leading child advocate, has joined the National Board of Directors for Acelero Learning. “I’m honored and excited to join Acelero’s Board of Directors. As an advocate for children, my mission in life is to ensure that all children have an equal opportunity to succeed. Head Start programs, when effectively managed, put low-income young children on a path to successful and productive lives.
Having started the now nationwide education nonprofit Jumpstart as an Echoing Green Fellow in 1993 while attending Yale, Aaron Lieberman has embarked upon Acelero, his new for-profit enterprise in the same field of education, nearly a decade later. Jumpstart is an organization that trains college students as one-on-one tutors for preschoolers in low-income neighborhoods, while the three-year-old Acelero Learning provides organizational and consulting services to the federally funded Head Start programs.
For education entrepreneur Aaron Lieberman, the importance of knowing every aspect of the start-up business from the ground up is paramount. "Start small," he counsels. "Learn as much as you can and figure things out as you go along."
October 6, 2005
Acelero Learning Monmouth County Head Start, Inc. was named the Head Start grantee for Monmouth County, New Jersey today by the US Department of Health and Human Services. Acelero Learning Monmouth County was formed as a partnership between Acelero Learning, a company that specializes in helping local communities run high quality Head Start programs, and local community organizations and leaders in Monmouth County.