We see a future where education works for all students; where readiness and success are defined by students’ engagement, adaptability, and what they can do with their knowledge, rather than just content mastery and testing. We want to be a creative catalyst inspiring, equipping, and linking schools to create this future.
- Learning is a passion for life.
- Change comes from within.
- Work from your strengths.
- The challenge (and solution) is systemic.
- It takes more than a village.
- There’s no one right answer or path.
- Impact comes when practice, policy, and research are united.
Inflexion is a nonprofit consulting group that strives to help educators better equip students for success. Inflexion, formerly called the Educational Policy Improvement Center (EPIC), was founded in 2002 as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and is a nationally recognized leader in the field of College and Career Readiness.
We’re “pragmatic idealists.” We help the groundswell of educators, students, communities, and partners who are dissatisfied with the status quo and motivated to find what really works. We share ideas and best practices from our own experience as educators and administrators, and from other schools and districts in our network. And we strive higher, aiming to infuse idealism and optimism back into education, and reminding ourselves and each other of education’s true power: to open doors; to ignite curiosity; to be catalysts for lifelong learning. To redefine readiness and equip and empower every student to pursue their passion, interests, and aspirations.
Take a few minutes to meet our Board of Directors and the Inflexion Leadership Team. If becoming part of a team dedicated to creating learning communities with the right systems and supports so that all students are graduating truly ready for college, career, and life appeals to you, discover how you can join the Inflexion team.
Inflexion is committed to ensuring EVERY student receives what they need to succeed, recognizing that the playing field remains inherently unequal. An equitable education system respects students as individuals, plays to students’ strengths, values students’ unique cultures and perspectives, and allows for the individual ownership of learning along a path driven by students’ interests and aspirations.