Globalization extensively affected the way we live in society. However, its impact is most felt in the way the US offers schooling opportunities. The steps in literacy and other areas of learning have become more significant in the US. However, literacy is not always measured in the same way since the institutionalization of schools and learning centers across the globe.
Standardized tests, which were once the measure of achievement, are starting to become unpopular these days. The US, in particular, started to abandon this cut and paste gauge of educational excellence. This is one of the most significant developments the US has made in terms of teaching methods.
With the increasing diversity in ability, race, and neurodiversity, it is important that children are given diverse programs, settings, and opportunities that inspire learning. Children learn in various ways. This is further reinforced as successful people reveal their tales about their schoolings. This includes big names in various industries like Quentin Tarantino, Aretha Franklin, and Richard Branson.
Aside from enabling children to learn ways that match their needs the rise of supplemental programs opens the potential for children who perform well in a standardized environment to nurture their own uniqueness and widen their horizons. The sad thing is that this type of opportunity is only available with the right amount of funding. This is where institutions like GCPS or Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation plays a key role.
Who is Aaron Lupuloff?
Funding opportunities from various organizations backed by the local community members and parents enhance the programs in public schools along with the future of the students of GCPS. Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation believes that the investment we made in education will eventually go back to our pockets. The success of GCPS foundation is possible because of the effort and leadership of Aaron Lupuloof.
At present, Aaron serves as the senior executive director at Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation. He is very passionate when it comes to enhancing the achievements of the students and creating future leaders for the future. Aaron has been very active in community advocacies for a long time.
He was also instrumental in the formation of NHS or Norcross High School Foundation for Excellence. Aaron Lupuloff also served as the treasurer, vice president, and eventually president of NHS. The foundation has been supporting the arts, academics, and athletics.
About GCPS Foundation
The Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation was established in 2006. It is a charity that offers financial aid to various educational programs. It intends to alleviate that standard of education across the GCPS district.
Encouraging higher educational standards through engagement in the community, GCPS foundation strives to enhance the quality of education for all students regardless of race. Lupuloff has been very influential and crucial in the foundation’s ability to raise funds so that the foundation could provide the much-needed resources to this school district.
The Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation is one of the largest school systems in Georgia and is one of the 13th largest school district in the US. In fact, 1 in every 10 Georgian students has received education from Gwinnett County Public School.