About the David C. Anchin Center
David C. Anchin Center/USF COEDU/Mort Community School - University-School Partnership.
The mission of the David C. Anchin Center is to promote alliances and leverage resources to develop, enhance, and showcase college, university, and partnership efforts that support innovation and the advancement of teaching and leadership. Reflecting the expertise of faculty, partners, and other university resources, the David C. Anchin Center strives to assure excellence in the educational future of Florida and the nation.
The Anchin Center engages the expertise of professors, researchers, educators, highly talented partners and philanthropic, social and educational leaders to develop innovations that advance the boundaries of teaching and learning. The success of the Anchin Center lies in the accumulated knowledge, methods, and techniques that draw on the latest research and effective practice to produce improvements in today's schools.
We design customized learning solutions that draw on the latest cognitive and educational research as well as best practices. Our practices reflect an expansive understanding of existing education systems and a drive to reimagine them and create new innovative models. We have a deep commitment to ensuring that our solutions meet all the needs of all children, especially the most vulnerable, so that they will have access to a quality education that will allow them to reach their full potential.
Today, the Anchin Center's innovations are at work across the nation and globe. The remarkable scope of the Anchin Center's work and the impact of these collective efforts have drawn state, national, and international recognition and investment. The Anchin Center has consistently developed programs and initiatives that transform teaching & learning. The center initiatives include:
• Global Perspectives
We Believe That:
• All children deserve a high-quality public education, regardless of race, gender, geography, or socio-economic status.
• Stakeholders who possess a wide range of perspectives about education need to engage in courageous conversations with each other in order to improve education.
• Real change requires collaborative, applied, actionable, and sustained educational innovation and research that targets resolving a problem of practice.