June 03, 2012
According to a recent study by Yale University, less than half of patients currently diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome will receive an autism diagnosis under the proposed new guidelines. I asked Mark Claypool, a fellow optimist who I turned to for reassurance, to talk about these changes might affect our kids.
San Francisco Chronicle
American Psychiatric Association
April 08, 2012
Book’em has named its officers and board members for 2012.
October 20, 2011
Bryan Skelton worked in Deloitte's Nashville offices and two health care companies before joining Educational Services of America Inc., where he became executive vice president and CFO in 2006. Since he joined ESA, which provides programs to K-12 students at risk of dropping out or with special needs, the company has seen student enrollment grow by 12 percent and EBITDA grow by 52 percent.
Nashville Business Journal
March 29, 2011
Educational Services of America, the nation’s leading provider of special and alternative education, has been selected to present at the Education Innovation Summit hosted by Arizona State University and NeXt Advisors. The Summit will take place April 5 – 7, 2011, at SkySong, the ASU Scottsdale Innovation Center. Up to 450 invitation-only attendees are expected, including representatives from more than 85 of the world’s most innovative education companies and more than 50 investors.
Educational Services of America and Education Innovation Network
ESA News Release
ASU Scottsdale Innovation Center
Education Innovation Summit
Educational Services of America
Ombudsman Educational Services