Ron Packard has/had a position (Founder) at Pansophic Learning

Title Founder
Start Date 2014-00-00
Notes Pansophic Learning From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Pansophic Learning LLC Industry for-profit education Founded 2014; 5 years ago Founder Ronald J. Packard Headquarters McLean, Virginia Website pansophiclearning.com Pansophic Learning is a for-profit charter management organization with schools in the United States, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. Pansophic is based in McLean, Virginia. Its Accel Schools subsidiary is the largest charter school operator in Ohio. History[edit] Pansophic was founded in 2014 by Ronald J. Packard, who had founded K12 in 1999.[1] A 2015 acquisition made Pansophic the largest charter school operator in Ohio, with twelve schools and 3,286 students. It took over White Hat Management's vendor operated school contracts.[2]:91 In 2014, the company bought the International School of Berne (Switzerland).[3] The company supplies the curricula for six schools operated by the Aurora Academies Trust in the United Kingdom. References[edit] ^ Livingston, Doug (June 12, 2015). "White Hat Management reportedly selling Ohio charter school operations to out-of-state company". Akron Beacon Journal. Retrieved 23 January 2018. ^ Woodworth, James L (2017). "Charter Management Organizations 2017" (PDF). Center for Research on Education Outcomes. Retrieved 23 January 2018. ^ Tschannen, Anna (Jun 14, 2014). "Die International School of Berne ist verkauft". Berner Zeitung. Retrieved 23 January 2018.
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