iLearn schools have partnered with the organizations and institutions of higher learning in order to improve teaching and learning across school campuses. Our partners are; Rutgers UniversityGrand Canyon UniversityFairleigh Dickinson UniversityNew Jersey's Science and Technology UniversityJefferson Awards Foundation, and College of Saint Elizabeth.
iLearn schools have partnered with the organizations and institutions of higher learning listed below in order to improve teaching and learning across school campuses.

Rutgers University

iLearn  Schools have partnered with Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey for the School System Improvement (SSI) Project.  Funded through the U.S. Department of Education Teacher Incentive Fund (TIF) Grant Program, teachers and administrators participate in the school-wide development and implementation of the educator and principal evaluation systems, professional development, and coaching via master mentor teachers.  The program is anticipated to span 3-5 years.

Grand Canyon University

Students of Grand Canyon University may participate in Student Teaching Internships, practicum, and observations at Bergen, Passaic, and Paterson Arts and Science Charter schools.  A stipend per sixteen (16) week session of full-time student teaching for Special Education/General Education Credential candidates is paid by Grand Canyon University to cooperating teachers.  Additionally, site supervisors located on the school campus are compensated for their participation in the program.

Fairleigh Dickinson University

FDU's Middle College program gives college-bound juniors and seniors the opportunity to experience university-style learning before they graduate high school.  Qualifying students are high school juniors and seniors in advanced and honors sections in subjects such as literature, science, art, mathematics and other courses. Founded in 1984, the Middle College program is now affiliated with more than 100 high schools throughout New Jersey, including iLearn Schools.  The university’s Faculty Advisory Committee reviews submitted curricula and high school staff members for inclusion in the program.

New Jersey's Science and Technology University

iLearn Schools and NJIT share the common goals of raising student interest, participation, and performance in science, mathematics, and technology so that all students can meet challenging national and state standards. The goals of the partnership are to work collaboratively to create and implement a coherent approach for improving teaching and learning in science, mathematics, and technology, to build capacity to sustain and continuously improve science, mathematics, and technology teaching and learning at scale, and to provide professional development for teachers of science, mathematics, and technology.

Jefferson Awards Foundation

Launched in 2006 by the Jefferson Awards Foundation and Deloitte, Students In Action develops high school students into community leaders. Currently active in 300 high schools in communities across the U.S., the no-cost high school leadership training and public service program encourages students to positively impact their schools, communities and world.  At Bergen ASCS High, Students In Action trains students to choose their own service passion, create a service project, and engage the entire school community and the broader community to generate maximum impact.

College of Saint Elizabeth

The partnership between iLearn Schools and the College of Saint Elizabeth was established for the purpose of providing eligible iLearn Schools employees the opportunity to pursue undergraduate and graduate degrees, certificates, and professional continuing education courses through the College on campus, at agreed upon off-sites, and/or through blended on-line and fully online learning formats  at a reduced tuition rate.  Additionally, college faculty members spends 1-2 days per week supervising student teachers and working with other novice teachers in areas identified by iLearn Schools, and collaborating with school administration on projects deemed appropriate.