NEW YORK, Oct. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Mosaica Education, Inc. (Mosaica), a New- York based education management company that operates charter schools, announced today that it has added ten new schools to the roster that it manages. The addition of these ten schools increased the enrollment at Mosaica-managed schools by 23% with more than 12,000 students now attending the US-managed schools. Nine of these startups involve new charters for elementary schools in Ohio including schools in Cleveland, Maple Heights, Columbus, Youngstown, Lorain and Warren. The tenth new school opened in Michigan -- Discovery Arts and Technology Academy -- an elementary school in Inkster. Mosaica now operates 70 schools in eight states, the District of Columbia and the Persian Gulf country of Qatar. In addition, Mosaica has also expanded its Spectra Division, which provides after-school tutorial services to students attending traditional public schools. After serving students at 38 sites around the country last year, the Company will have tutoring centers at 140 sites (in 14 states and the District of Columbia) during this school year. "Academic achievement has been critical to Mosaica's success. We are thrilled to welcome our ten new charter schools and look forward to working with their Boards and leadership teams to provide centers of academic excellence for students and their families," said Michael J. Connelly, CEO of Mosaica. Founded in 1997, Mosaica is one of the nation's leading educational service providers bringing the benefits of competition and private sector efficiency to the public school system. Mosaica-managed schools have yielded superior academic and financial results to date by utilizing a unique school design, which combines a proprietary curriculum called Paragon(R), with state- of-the-art technology and sound fiscal practices.
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