Unity Learning Network, Inc. -              "Teaching beyond the basics"
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Unity Learning Network, Inc. is  a non-profit 501C3 organization that focuses on meeting the educational needs of youth and their families in an innovative engaging way. We offer several innovative extended learning opportunities to meet these goals.
 
Unity Learning Network, Inc. supports, Unity Learning Network Advanced Learning University, Saturday School, STEM Enrichment and our Advance Online Academy. All of our programs lead to content mastery through the exploration of real life problem solving skills. ULN fosters the talents and uniqueness of every child. The learning center's primary mission is to cultivate a love for learning in the areas of literacy, science, engineering, math and technology while providing students with real life inquiry based critical thinking experiences. Our curriculum is rigorous and skillfully integrates skills and practical disciplines into our everyday practice. Students learn to follow their curiosity, think creatively, and work both independently and cooperatively with their peers. They explore real life problems through engaging weekly challenges that are applicable to real life solutions.
                                                                                      



We celebrate diversity and strive to instill integrity, compassion and confidence in each child. We give each child support and encouragement to become creative and independent thinkers. We teach all components of problem solving and take pride in preparing our students for our global society.  We believe in the development of the whole child and this emphasis is given through individualized instruction.
 
WHY? STEM is where 2.2 million jobs are and will be
 
WHY? STEM workers can expect higher salaries
 
WHY? Sixty percent of the new jobs that will open in the 21st century will require skills possessed by only 20 percent of the current workforce. The US is failing to produce enough skilled STEM Workers 
 
WHY? American students aren’t keeping up with students in other countries in 
math and science.
 
WHY? Other nations are racing to establish dominance in math and science.
 
WHY? U.S. students fall behind 31 countries in math proficiency, according to a 2011 
Harvard study
 
WHY? 25 years ago, the U.S. led the world in high school and college graduation rates. 
Today, the U.S. has dropped from 20th to 16th, WE CAN DO BETTER
 
 
To learn more, please give us a call today.