Better Outcomes,
Happier Kids
Educating children with excellent results and a lifelong love of learning is difficult.
Research shows that by high school, there is a 70% decrease in student's joy of learning.
For the success of the next generation this has to change, and I can help! 
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OUR PASSION:
Guiding leaders as they solve education's largest problem

Jack Canfield &
Dr. Lyle Lee Jenkins

Jack Canfield, American author and corporate trainer, interviews Lee Jenkins about his book, "How to Create a Perfect School". They also discuss how to keep students intrinsically motivated to learn. The latest results with his LtoJ® process, from 311 K-12 classrooms, is learning at 5.9 times the average classroom.
improvement is attainable
Is it possible for children to exceed social expectations for education
AND
maintain their intrinsic love of learning?

With the educational culture we've inherited, the answer is no, but there is a better way!

We have created the best resources and can partner with you to develop the ideal navigation system to lead your organization to
Better Outcomes and Happier Kids.
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"Lee's leadership and expertise have been instrumental in providing a strong foundation for district-wide vision-centered academic vertical alignment. He has provided Happy Valley staff with tools to design classroom practices that increase student learning and enthusiasm toward education"
Shelly Craig
Superintendent, Happy Valley School District, California
"Lee's process has the same level of engagement as many of the games that kids play. We know that if the loss of enthusiasm is ever reversed it will be because kids are engaged with impactful learning every year, Pre-K to 12."
Bill Watkins
Director, Marcola School District, Oregon
"One of the best aspects of LtoJ is that it is a process and not a pre-packaged program. This means teachers in PLC's can adjust the questions and the key concepts list."
Angela Willnerd
Grade 1 Teacher, Linden Elementary School, Nebraska