The purpose of NS4ed is to provide quality leadership, research, and guidance to educators that promote best practices leading to improvement in teaching and learning.


We achieve this objective by focusing on action based research that leads to practice and is beneficial to Policy Makers and Practitioners.  Our model focuses on the local issues that educators face allowing systemic change from within.


  • Research that is Action Based
  • Research based practices
  • Solutions that are scalable and cost-effective

From early childhood education to college & career readiness, quality instruction and improvement begins with the strengths in teaching and learning. We take the best of education research and the alignment of government policy to guide and inform priority initiatives and evaluate best practices across the country. Programmatic implementation should be determined based on analysis from empirical data, implementation successes and peer reviewed data points. NS4ed informs organizational efforts based on these principals and assists in the program/implementation analysis.

District/Organization Service Model

NS4ed takes apart the provider-led reviews and long drawn out process of selecting a program solution and puts you in the driver’s seat.

Local Control

NS4ed supports Local Control by valuing the input and feedback from teachers, students and community to identify the right resources that’s best for schools and classrooms in the district.

NS4ed is committed to helping you, the educator, make informed buying decisions based on local control and independent reviews through a simple, impartial and highly effective approach.

Call to Action

Schedule a FREE 20 Minute Conversation with us and let us take the burden, pressure, and complication away from vendors, sales, and marketing organizations. Our process will help you identify, provide research, evaluations, and clarity around the best possible solution to your needs in the marketplace. Within 20 minutes we will be able to show you how we can save you money, time, and ultimately allow you to focus on what matters most in education – TEACHING and LEARNING.

According to the American Association of School Administrators, our K12 education system has over $200 billion of annual spending power. Of that amount, an estimated $8 billion is spent by educators on products and services with the hope of an output that produces positive results for children. But with that come thousands of for-profit and not-for-profit providers that market thousands of learning solutions to administrators, superintendents, and principals who make these buying decisions. The estimated 3 million teachers are left to wonder where these solutions come from, whether they are the best for their learners, and whether, ultimately, they will make a difference to teaching and learning. Let us Provide Proof and Guidance.