A “Lil Positivity”: Black Entrepreneurs Found Yardstick Learning To Help Fix Broken School Systems And Change Lives In The Inner City

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Meet the good folks over at Yardstick Learning doing some good in the hood…

Yardstick Learning Help Fix Broken School Systems

Dr. Ebbie Parsons III has made it his personal mission to improve the institution of education and he has proudly impacted the lives of more than 100,000 children around the world while delivering unprecedented business results to the organizations in which he has served.


Ayana K. Parsons, MBA is an accomplished global marketer who has swiftly progressed through the leadership ranks at some of the world’s most admired companies.


Currently Ayana serves as Global Marketing Leader at Kimberly-Clark (K-C), where she is responsible for leading strategic marketing efforts for K-C Professional’s Workplace Health & Wellness business across North America, Latin America, EMEA and Asia Pacific.

In addition to our consulting services. Yardstick Learning is the engine behind the revolutionary assessment tool that quantitatively predicts teacher effectiveness in advance of the hiring decision. Parsons Teacher Index (PTI). PTI is the first tool of its kind to directly correlate with statistical significance, teacher characteristics to student achievement. The predictive tool will revolutionize teacher recruitment and selection.

Yardstick Learning is also looking for summer social networking interns. Send resumes to info@yardsticklearning.com and get more info HERE.

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