What We Do

ADAC provides wide-ranging professional development services and support to public school educators.

ADAC offers to its public school clients the capacity they want and need to confidently grow in and fully realize their respective educational missions.

ADAC is proactively responsive to each of its client’s unique strengths and opportunities as public schools serving the common good.

Teaching & Learning

We provide to educators the wherewithal to care for, refresh, and renew the veritable treasure that education is.

Special Education

We provide to educators the tools, the support, the confidence, and the peace-of-mind that all need to teach and learn exceptionally.

How We Listen

No one can be perfect. A few can be precise. We are among those few.

Precision marks all that ADAC does for its clients, for those whom its clients serve, for you. With precision, ADAC listens and understands. With precision, ADAC plans. With precision, ADAC does.

Precision unto you. Precision unto yours. Precision by the few.

Contact Us

Email any of the leadership team members or call us toll-free at 1-833-ADAC123.

You may also reach out to us by providing your information. We look forward to reaching back!

Is your school a private school?

If so, then please visit ADAC that offers to private schools professional development and advocacy services.

ADAC Public Logo Mark

The ADAC logo that is both featured throughout this site and representative of ADAC’s work in public schools features the specific and now-standard yellow shade in which school buses throughout the United States are painted.
This “school bus yellow” was established at a conference in 1939. Held at Columbia University in New York City and attended by school transportation officials from throughout the United States, this conference had as its purpose the adoption of national construction standards for the American school bus.
Incidentally, 1939 was also the year during which the lyrics to the now-famous children’s song, “The Wheels on the Bus,” were first published.
Cf. Bryan Greene, “The History of How School Buses Became Yellow,” Smithsonian Magazine, September 4, 2019. Available for download here.