Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world
– Nelson Mandela


Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world
– Nelson Mandela

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Our Philosophy

Stages Learning Materials increases equitable access to quality autism education during the critical early intervention window, greatly improving a child's chances for later success

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STAGES Learning Materials
Mission Statement

Help Every Child Thrive

STAGES Learning Materials
Vision Statement

Create products to provide equitable and accessible learning opportunities to all students, regardless of developmental and economic circumstances.

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STAGES Learning Materials

  • Find the right thing to do, and do better
  • Above all, start from a place of compassion
  • Always look forward
  • Relationships matter
  • Take smart risks
  • Own the issue
  • Challenge 'what has always been done'
  • There is strength in diversity
  • Embrace failure, learn, do better, repeat

We believe that teachers empowered with organized, quality resources and teaching materials will be better equipped to personalize instruction to individual student needs.

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We believe that a well designed curriculum should be intuitive, so teachers spend less time on organization and routine tasks, and more time interacting with students.

Stages Learning Materials values student learning and development first. A commitment to equity and access guides our product development, our business model, and our customer service. We will persist in finding a way for every parent and every educator to secure the tools they need to provide their students with the best possible education.

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