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Cooperative Strategies, LLC Donating its Enrollment Projection Services

Cooperative Strategies is celebrating its merge with DeJONG-RICHTER by granting a donation of enrollment projection services to school districts nationwide.

IRVINE, Calif., Jan. 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Cooperative Strategies, LLC, an educational facilities planning consulting firm, is excited to announce it will be offering a donation of enrollment projection services to several public school districts across the country.

These donations are a way to celebrate the recent merger of Cooperative Strategies with DeJONG-RICHTER, LLC of Hilliard, Ohio, a nationally-recognized educational planning firm with advanced approaches that combine key data analysis with community outreach. Their focus on educational assessments aids Local Educational Agencies ("LEAs") in crafting facilities plans that reflect the unique needs of their students.

"The unifying of Cooperative Strategies and DeJONG-RICHTER is an exciting time for the firm. To kick off this new chapter, we wanted to give back to those who have helped get us to where we are now," said Benjamin Dolinka, Chief Executive Officer of Cooperative Strategies.

The selected school districts will receive:

  • One Enrollment Projection study that looks at expected student populations over a 10-year year period.
  • Will include low, moderate, and high enrollment scenarios, accompanied with a recommendation of which scenario to choose based on the school district's history.
  • An offer of one (1) in-person meeting with the deserving district.

School districts interested in applying, please contact Cooperative Strategies at 844.654.2421 ext. 320 or email at [email protected] to receive the application format required for potential grantees.  Applications will be received through March 15, 2017 and the chosen school districts will be contacted prior to March 31st.

Over the past 25 years, Cooperative Strategies has helped more than 2,000 LEAs across the country with a variety of services such as financial advisory, demographic and facilities planning. Cooperative Strategies stands by the philosophy of being one of the only firms able to plan, finance, and execute services with an educational focus. The firm has also established a positive track record of assisting LEAs with demographic work and demographic projections to plan for anticipated enrollment increases and decreases.

Uniting with DeJONG-RICHTER has given the firm a heavier emphasis on community outreach in order to understand the dynamics and desires of each of the clients and their communities. These ideals echo the firm's mission to build long-term relationships with clients and provide them with resources and services for any and all of their needs along the way. This commitment allows the clients the peace of mind to focus on their core mission of educating students.

For additional information about Cooperative Strategies, please visit www.coopstrategies.com.

 

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