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ScholarCentric, using leading university research which it has licensed, develops and sells a proprietary suite of products that are proven to identify much ear

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  • Location Denver, CO, USA
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Company Summary

Success Highways is the Company’s first line of assessment and curriculum. It includes:

• Resiliency Predictive Analytics and Reports that measure students’ aptitude and provide predictive analytics that identify the root causes of likely academic success or failure.

• Curricula that provides the pedagogical framework and instruction to help students develop or enhance their academic resiliency skills.

Resiliency Leaders is the Co


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    Steven H Weigler

    Steven is the founder of ScholarCentric and leads the Company in its overall operation and direction. He was a Senior Attorney for AT&T Corp. and a Dade County (FL) Assistant State Attorney,

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    Karen Niemi

    Karen was President of the Earobics Division of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt whese she was primarily responsible for the P&L. She was also the Chief Operating Officer of Cognative Concepts from conception to buy out. Recently she has been consulting with numerous companies on operations growth.

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    Melissa Schlinger
    Vice President of Sales

    Melissa is an experienced sales executive with over ten years of educational sales success, including senior sales roles at Houghton Mifflin.Harcourt.

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    V. Scott Solberg
    Chief Academc Officer

    Scott is the Assoicate Dean of Research for Boston University's School of Education. He is an accomplished researcher who was the principal conceptual archetect of the Success Highways line.

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    Jennifer Begonia
    Vice President of Product Development

    Jennifer has had numerous years in educational product development including for McGraw Hill's Grow Network, Curricki, Scholastic, and Time Magazine.