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Intervene K-12 Named on Inc. 5000 List of the Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America


HOUSTON Intervene K-12, a Houston-based online tutoring platform, announced that it has been named to the 2023 Inc. 5000 list of FasteIntervene K-12 ranks 162nd overall, 18th in Texas and fourth in education on Iistst-growing Private Companies in America. This highly regarded list puts Intervene K-12 amongst an elite group of companies who have received this distinguished achievement over the years, such as Oracle, Microsoft and Patagonia. This year, Intervene K-12 ranked fourth in the education industry, 18th in the state of Texas and 162nd overall.

“To go from bootstrapping this company just seven years ago, to being named one of the fastest-growing companies in the country is a remarkable achievement for the Intervene K-12 team,” said Aaron McCloud, founder and CEO of Intervene K-12. “Since our founding, we have been able to help thousands of young scholars in six states, and the growth we’ve experienced is a testament to the importance of investing in scholar growth. We are committed to supporting more scholars and helping them reach their full potential, as we continue to expand and reach new communities.” 

Intervene K-12 combines data-driven instruction with intensive online, small-group tutoring to enhance student performance in K-12 schools, with the goal to eliminate the barriers that stand in the way of high achievement. This comprehensive intervention program fosters tangible student advancement by thoroughly assessing skill gaps, offering personalized lessons and delivering real-time online group tutoring sessions, available within or beyond regular school hours. Intervene K-12 covers a wide array of subjects, including math, reading and English language assistance.

In order to qualify for this prestigious list, companies must meet a specific set of requirements, including generating at least $100,000 in revenue in 2019 and at least $2 million in revenue by 2022. All companies named to the Inc. 5000 list are privately held, for profit and based in the United States. 

About Intervene K-12:

Founded in 2016, Intervene K-12 exists to eliminate the barriers that stand in the way of our nation’s students — especially those the system has left behind. Each year, the company works with 20+ districts and 30,000+ young scholars to provide high-impact, culturally-responsive tutoring for K-12 and English learners. Intervene K-12’s proprietary, data-driven intervention solutions are designed to identify and address the issues that keep individual students from excelling. Through a team of qualified tutors from education, corporate and business settings, the company works to empower academic progress, expose students to high-growth career opportunities and nurture social-emotional learning. The result is a holistic teaching model that equips scholars with the tools they need to flourish in and beyond the classroom, paving the way for long-lasting success. For more information, visit https://intervenek12.com/.

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